Bethesda Softworks announced today that Doom Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online will get free next-generation upgrades. Players who have the Xbox One or PS4 version can get the Xbox Series X or PS5 versions at no extra cost.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is the latest chapter of the acclaimed massively multiplayer online role-playing game. It takes players back to Skryim for another adventure involving high kings and vampires. Read the review to learn more about the game on Xbox One.
According to Bethesda, the Dark Heart of Skyrim beats from the depths in Greymoor. You are tasked with exploring the snow-swept region of Western Skyrim and face an ancient vampiric army as part of a year-long gothic adventure. However, there are plenty of other surprises in store.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor is an upcoming expansion for the popular massively multiplayer online role-playing game. It takes us back to Skyrim and has us go against a dangerous vampire faction with a nefarious plan. You'll have to unravel a new mystery if you want to save the land we all love from The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim.
There's been quite a bit of controversy over the past couple of weeks, as outraged fans learned that Mick Gordon would likely not be working with Bethesda in the future. Marty Stratton, Executive Producer on Doom Eternal, provided a lengthy statement in an open letter to the community regarding the situation.
Bethesda has announced that it will donate $1 million towards COVID-19 relief efforts around the world. The studio also remains committed to connecting with its fans and gaming communities through its #BethesdaAtHome initiative.
If you're a fan of the shooter, or like collecting items, you'll be happy to know that the Rage 2: Collector's Edition, that comes with a talking mutant head, is around $42 on Xbox One. The PlayStation 4 and PC versions are a little more expensive.
Fallout 76: Wastelanders was revealed back at E3 2019 but has since been delayed a number of time. Bethesda teased that some random characters and a reputation system would be added, but it was unclear what the scope of the changes would be.
Doom 64 is a first-person shooter that originally launched on the Nintendo 64 in 1997. The title didn't garner the best reviews at launch because reviewers felt that it didn't do enough to differentiate it from the original. Now it's available on Xbox One and it's full of surprises.
We have some unfortunate news to share (and no, it's not an April Fool's joke). Bethesda Softworks has confirmed that it will not be holding a digital E3 showcase this year. Instead, news about Bethesda games will be shared in different ways in the months ahead.
Blackreach has always been an enigma for those who explored Skyrim. For me, it was a terrifying location that I didn't want to explore at first, but then couldn't get enough of when I started walking around the various towers and hallways.