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Bethesda reveals the date of her showcase at the E3 2019

The E3 2019 is just around the corner and Bethesda announced its conference date. 9 June will be held on Sunday at 17: 30. PST (01: 30 of Monday 10 June). Bethesda invites fans to follow ...

2 Rage on Nintendo Switch? Bethesda is thinking about it

The developers of Rage 2, Bethesda title released on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, are also evaluating the release on Nintendo Switch.
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Bethesda explains the new PvP system coming up on Fallout 76

Bethesda explained in detail the new PVP mode which will soon arrive on Fallout 76, called Survival Mode. The regular experience will instead be defined as Adventure Mode and both will be accessible from ...

No, Fallout 76 will not be free-to-play, at least according to Bethesda

Fallout 76 has certainly not had a happy birth. Criticism of criticism, bug bugs have fueled a rumor that the game would become free-to-play. All fed also by reports ...

Marriages are now also celebrated in Fallout 76

One couple decided to get married again and chose Fallout 76, complete with wedding rings, a priest and a party for the guests.

Bethesda and Westworld's mobile game, the lawsuit has come to an end

Last year, Bethesda filed a lawsuit against Warner Bros. Entertainment because of the game Westworld Mobile, with Bethesda accusing Warner Bros. of creating a game that is too similar ...
Fallout Classics

Bethesda wants to improve Fallout 76

The debut of Fallout 76 was quite shaky. Not only did the game receive several negative reviews, but some fans were so angry about the Collector's bag scandal ...

Bethesda, tickets opened by users about Fallout 76 were sent to other users

About eight pages of support tickets, together with the users' personal information, were visible on the Bethesda website for a short period of time or were sent directly to other users. There...

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