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Microsoft’s Bethesda deal: Great for Game Pass, troubling for exclusives

By arkane studios, bethesda, engadget, Game Pass, gaming, gear, id, Microsoft, News, xbox, xbox series s, Xbox Series X, zenimax media

Microsoft’s $7.5 billion acquisition of ZeniMax Media is huge news in many ways. It brings renowned studios like Bethesda, id and Arkane into the Xbox family, along with popular franchises including Doom, The Elder Scrolls and Fallout. It make…

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Xbox Game Pass has more than 15 million subscribers

By arcandestudios, arcane, arcane studios, bethesda, engadget, Game Pass, game pass ultimate, gamepass, gamepassultimate, gaming, id software, idsoftware, Microsoft, News, xbox, xbox game pass, xbox game pass ultimate, xboxgamepass, xboxgamepassultimate, zenimax media, zenimaxmedia

Tucked away in its blockbuster announcement that it’s buying Bethesda Softworks, id Software and Arkane Studios parent company ZeniMax Media, Microsoft revealed that Xbox Game Pass now has more than 15 million subscribers. That means it has ad…

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After 27 years, ‘Doom’ and ‘Doom 2’ get widescreen support

By android, bethesda, doom, doom eternal, doom ii, engadget, gaming, id software, ios, Mobile, News, nintendo switch, PC Gaming, personal computing, video games

Later this year, Doom and Doom 2 will turn 27 and 26 years old, respectively. Yet id Software still somehow found time while working on the new expansion for Doom: Eternal to update the two games (via Polygon). The update adds substantial enha…

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‘Doom Eternal’ is getting a free next-gen upgrade

By bethesda, doom eternal, doometernal, elder scrolls online, elderscrollsonline, engadget, gaming, News, next-gen, playstation 4, playstation 5, playstation5, ps4, ps5, upgrade, xbox one, Xbox Series X, xboxone, xboxseriesx

You can add Doom Eternal and Elder Scrolls Online to the list of games that’ll have free next-generation upgrades. If you have bought either title on PlayStation 4 or Xbox One, you’ll get the PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X version at no extra …

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Bethesda says ‘Elder Scrolls 6’ details are years away

By bethesda, deathloop, elder scrolls, engadget, gaming, ghostwire tokyo, News, playstation 5, starfield, the elder scrolls 6, video games, Xbox Series X

Almost two years after it announced the game, you might think Bethesda is ready to share more information about its latest mainline Elder Scrolls project. But that would be a wrong assumption. Prompted by a fan over the weekend, Bethesda senio…

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Google discounts its Stadia starter pack for the first time

By av, bethesda, doom eternal, engadget, engadgetdeals, game streaming, games, gaming, gear, google, id software, Internet, services, STADIA, Streaming, thebuyersguide

With Doom Eternal launching today, Google is offering its first-ever discount on Stadia. For today only, you can get $30 off the Stadia Premiere Edition, making it $99 instead of $129. The bundle comes with everything you need to start playing…

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‘Doom Eternal’ won’t be true 4K on Stadia despite early promises

By 4K, bethesda, doom eternal, engadget, game streaming, games, gaming, google, id software, Internet, services, STADIA, Streaming, video games

When Google unveiled Stadia, id Software proudly proclaimed that Doom Eternal would be a marquee title that ran in “true 4K” on the game streaming service. Flash forward a year, however, and that’s no longer true. A launch data sheet for Doom Etern…

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‘Doom Eternal’ is delayed to March 2020

By av, bethesda, bethesda softworks, delay, delays, doom 64, doom eternal, engadget, gaming, id, id software, Microsoft, nintendo, nintendo switch, PC Gaming, playstation 4, ps4, Sony, xbox one

DOOM Eternal’s launch was slated for November 22nd — but to add some polish, publisher Bethesda Softworks is pushing that date back to March 20, 2020. The developer, iD Software, will also add a new feature called Invasion Mode, which will allow pla…

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Bethesda’s ‘Doom’ re-releases will no longer need internet access

By av, bethesda, bethesdanet, doom, doom 3, doom ii, engadget, games, gaming, id software, Internet, personal computing, personalcomputing, ps4, quakecon, quakecon 2019, switch, video games, xbox one

Bethesda’s re-release of the first three Doom games didn’t get the warmest reception, to put it mildly. The titles all required a BethesdaNet account (and thus an internet connection) to get started — a frustration for a game series that started whe…

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Original ‘Doom’ games hit PS4, Xbox One, Switch and mobile

By av, bethesda, doom, doom 2, doom 3, doom ii, doom iii, doom2, doom3, doomii, doomiii, engadget, gaming, id software, idsoftware, nintendo switch, nintendoswitch, ps4, quakecon, quakecon 2019, quakecon2019, switch, xbox one, xboxone

Quakecon 2019 is underway and one of the first big announcements from the event is that the first three Doom games are now available on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. You’ll also be able to carry around the first two entries in the classic FPS se…

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Original ‘Doom’ games hit PS4, Xbox One, Switch and mobile

By av, bethesda, doom, doom 2, doom 3, doom ii, doom iii, doom2, doom3, doomii, doomiii, engadget, gaming, id software, idsoftware, nintendo switch, nintendoswitch, ps4, quakecon, quakecon 2019, quakecon2019, switch, xbox one, xboxone

Quakecon 2019 is underway and one of the first big announcements from the event is that the first three Doom games are now available on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. You’ll also be able to carry around the first two entries in the classic FPS se…

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‘Fallout 76’ is about to be a lot more like ‘Fallout’

By av, battle royale, bethesda, e3, e32019, engadget, entertainment, fallout, fallout 76, fallout 76 wastelanders, gaming, gear, nuclear winter, wastelanders

Back in February, Bethesda detailed its plan to revitalize Fallout 76 in 2019. After all, it’s no secret that the developer’s shared-world action RPG is in desperate need of improvement, having been plagued by a number of serious issues since it laun…

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YouTube will offer 10 hours of live E3 coverage on June 9th

By bethesda, e3, e32019, engadget, gaming, google, Internet, jacksepticeye, livestream, markiplier, Microsoft, services, STADIA, Streaming, video, xbox, xbox one

YouTube is giving you a gigantic dose of E3 this year — the service will offer 10 hours of live coverage through its Gaming section on June 9th, starting at 1PM Eastern. It’ll include obvious coverage of E3 milestones like the Xbox showcase and Be…

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What to expect at E3 2019

By av, bandai namco, bethesda, cd projekt red, e32019, engadget, gaming, google, Microsoft, nintendo, obsidianentertainment, remedy, rocket league, sega, Sony, square enix, STADIA, staples center, xcloud, yakuza

We’re barely a week away from the start of E3 2019 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles California! This year’s event may be missing one of its stalwarts now that Sony has announced that it will not have a presence but there will be news aplent…

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‘Rage 2’ will receive at least two paid add-ons after launch

By av, avalanche studios, bethesda, engadget, games, gaming, id software, personal computing, personalcomputing, ps4, rage 2, video games, xbox one

Just because Rage 2 is a single-player game doesn’t mean its gameplay will remain all that static. Avalanche and Bethesda have published a 2019 roadmap for the open-world shooter, and it’s evident that the developers want to treat the game almost as…

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‘Westworld Mobile’ game pulled following Bethesda lawsuit

By android, behaviourinteractive, bethesda, engadget, falloutshelter, games, gaming, hbo, ios, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, videogames, westworld, westworldmobile

It’s now clearer just how Behaviour Interactive and Warner Bros. resolved that Bethesda lawsuit over Westworld Mobile’s similarity to Fallout Shelter… and it’s not looking good for the android theme park contingent. Behaviour and WB have pulled We…

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Bethesda says sorry to ‘Fallout 76’ players with free games

By av, bethesda, engadget, fallout, fallout76, falloutclassiccollection, games, gaming, personal computing, personalcomputing, ps4, videogames, windows, xboxone

Bethesda is continuing its apology tour of sorts for Fallout 76’s rough state on launch, and this time you don’t need to have spent a lot to receive compensation. The developer is promising a free copy of Fallout Classics Collection (1, 2 and Tactic…

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‘Rage 2’ serves up open world mayhem on May 14th, 2019

By av, avalanchestudios, bethesda, bethesdasoftworks, engadget, games, gaming, idsoftware, rage2, thegameawards, thegameawards2018, video, videogames

Bethesda, Avalanche and id Software have nailed down a release date for Rage 2. The Mad Max-like open world shooter will be available on PC, PS4 and Xbox One on May 14th, 2019 — almost exactly a year after it was introduced, in fact. The ac…

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‘Quake Champions’ cribs from ‘Fortnite’ with a paid Battle Pass

By av, bethesda, engadget, games, gaming, idsoftware, personal computing, personalcomputing, quake, quakechampions, video, videogames

Even the developers of a back-to-basics shooter like Quake Champions can’t resist the siren’s call of Fortnite’s business model, it seems. Bethesda and id Software are rolling out a December update that introduces a “totally new” progression system…

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