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DOOM Eternal: a new trailer is coming tomorrow

In the past few hours Bethesda has announced through its official Twitter profile that a new trailer for DOOM Eternal is coming up tomorrow. There wasn't much news about the game from ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

System requirements for Wolfenstein PC version: Youngblood revealed

The release date of Wolfenstein: Youngblood is getting closer and closer, the game will be released on July 26, and in the past few hours Bethesda has made public the system requirements necessary to run ...
Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Here are the system requirements of Wolfenstein: Youngblood

Wolfenstein: Youngblood's debut is just over a month away, the next chapter in the reboot of the beloved franchise. The video game represents a break with its three predecessors: it will be a co-op in which we will play ...
Fallout 76

Fallout 76 will be supported "forever"

When it comes out, in November 2018, Fallout 76 will undoubtedly represent a big change for the franchise and for Bethesda. It will be the first Fallout not to be a single player, but an RPG ...

No Steam for Fallout 76: it will be exclusive to Bethesda.net

The PC version of Fallout 76 will NOT be available on Steam. This is the great news that comes out when reading the FAQ on the official website of the game: "both the BETA and the full game will be available ...

Frostpunk Mobile coming to iOS and Android

It's been less than a year since 11 Bit Studios wrapped the Frostpunk story with the game's final DLC. TO...

Final Fantasy VII Remake Intergrade, PS5 exclusive for at least six months

Sony's exclusivity of Final Fantasy VII Remake continues. Intergrade will be PS5 exclusive for at least six months. Shown again by Square Enix via a new trailer, ...

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