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Fallout 76 will not be perfect at launch, Bethesda puts her hands on

Fallout 76, the new title of the saga that will, however, distance itself from what we were used to up to now, is already making a lot of talk about itself due to some discontent by the most fans ...

Fallout 76, there will be restrictions for low-level players

If you are worried about being slaughtered by higher level players in Fallout 76, you can rest easy. Players of 5 level or lower cannot be killed in PvP. PvP in Fallout ...

Fallout 76 shown on the Bethesda stage

After showing a Microsoft stage trailer, Bethesda revealed more details about Fallout 76 at her conference. The game will be set in the hills of West Virginia, and the player will be one ...

According to some rumors Fallout 76 would be very similar to Rust

Bethesda has unveiled Fallout 76 with a teaser that confirms its realization. The teaser starts in a rather typical setting for the series, with a close-up of a radio that moves away ...

Fallout 76 - The hype rears up

Is it possible to keep hundreds of thousands of people glued to the screen with a virtually static screen? The answer is "absolutely yes" if you call yourself Bethesda and that's what happened yesterday, ...

Dragon Quest - The original trilogy arrives on Nintendo Switch to ...

Square Enix has announced that the Switch versions of the first three titles in the Dragon Quest series will be available in western territory on the Nintendo Switch eShop on September 27. The three...

Death Stranding - Sequels may be necessary, according to Kojima

The release of Death Stranding on PS4 is scheduled for November 8. Meanwhile, Hideo Kojima said something about some of the themes of the game and ...

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