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Fallout 76: canvas bags arrive!

All is well that ends well. Do you remember the history of the bags contained in the Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition? The fact that they were made entirely of plastic instead of canvas / canvas? Well,...

[E3 Bethesda] The Elder Scrolls: Legends | Lune de Elsweyr comes the June 27

The Elder Scrolls: Legends, the award-winning free-to-play strategic card game, presented at the E3 Lune of Elsweyr, the latest expansion set in the savannah of Elsweyr coming out on June 27. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OUDMbs0bExY Lune di Elsweyr introduces new ...

[E3 Bethesda] announced new DLCs for The Elder Scrolls Online

The Elder Scrolls Online has welcomed more than 13,5 millions of Tamriel players since launch. Only in the last year have 2 added millions of players, who have decided to discover the incredible stories ...

[E3 Bethesda] announced Wolfenstein Cyberpilot spin-off for VR devices

At the E3 gaming event, Pete Hines announced a new Wolfenstein spin-off chapter called "Cyberpilot" designed for VR devices. Below you can find a short press release from the software house ...
Fallout Classics

[E3 Bethesda] - announced Wastelanders and Nuclear Winter modes for Fallout 76

In the fall of 2019, Wastelanders is a massive free Fallout 76 update that will revolutionize the current game world. A year after the opening of the Vault 76, other humans returned to Appalachia. Settler factions ...

[E3 Bethesda] - Bethesda presents Orion

Tonight at the Bethesda E3 event (BE3), he presented Orion, a patented collection of software technologies that will optimize game engines for superior performance in the streaming environment. Developed by engineers at id Software, known for ...

[E3 Bethesda] - announced the expansion and contents of the Rage 2 update

Using a trailer with blatantly playful content, Bethesda unveiled the first Rage 2 expansion. The update, which is scheduled for this week, will allow you to have access to some game objects ...

[E3 Bethesda] - Doom Eternal's release date revealed

The Bethesda conference ended a few minutes ago and the last video game shown was Doom Eternal. Numerous interesting details about the game emerged from the point of view of level design ...

Xbox Series X, leak reveals the back of the console

According to what emerged from a post by NeoGaf user, photos depicting the rear of the new flagship of ...

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