If you've been interested in some of the Dynamic Bundles that recently popped up in the Fallout 76 store, you may have to wait a while as support for the game has pulled the bundles while they investigate some issues regarding the shop bundle discounts.
In a series of rapid-fire tweets Elder Scrolls Online has acknowledged that the U28 Patch Update did not fix all of the crashes players were experiencing. The team urges calm as new patches are targeted for December 7th which will, hopefully, fix the remaining crashing issues.
Thanks to an error that allowed Xbox players to download the Fallout 76 Steel Dawn update early, Bethesda has made the decision to simply release it across all platforms.
In a recent tweet, Fallout 76 is helping players brush up on their history of the Wasteland as they lead up to next week's launch of The Brotherhood of Steel.
Elder Scrolls Online recently released their Markarth update, but as with most updates, it wasn't without its fair share of issues. Luckily, ZOS has released a quick patch that fixes several issues, including the missing leaderboard for Vateshran Hollows, and the unresponsive Light Attack weaving bug.
In a video interview with Todd Howard, details were released about Starfield, Bethesda's new space-faring IP. The Interview is long and comprehensive, but it has provided quite a bit of information that was broken down on a recent reddit post.
The Witches Festival in Elder Scrolls Online goes live today, and will run through Tuesday November 3rd, providing ample rewards for all adventurers courageous enough to endure the horror that they may encounter. Players can earn some spooky rewards, as well as find some especially creepy crown store deals.
Remember Microsoft's $7.5 billion purchase of Zenimax Media and their child companies, including Bethesda Softworks? A new interview from Kotaku with Phil Spencer sheds some more light on that.
By now, you have no doubt seen the news of Microsoft's $7.5 billion buyout of Zenimax Media - the parent company of Bethesda Softworks. Before the hype and excitement make their rounds, if they haven't already, let's pause for a moment and apply some critical thinking. I do not think this acquisition is good for consumers. Here's why.
In the latest Fallout 76: Inside the Vault article, Bethesda outlines the latest update, and what players can look forward to with an amended roadmap that shows content through the end of the year. The updates include another season, new armor, new quests and more.
Fallout 76 has provided the patch notes for their newest content additions in Update 22. The new update is going to have a ton of new content including a version of One Wasteland, that will dynamically level enemies to match character levels more closely.
On August 4th Bethesda released Update 21, which had a wide range of fixes and additions to Fallout 76. The update had a couple major highlights, such as the Fortifying ATLAS content that will give players the ability to help the Brotherhood of Steel to unlock events and receive awards. What many players are talking about though, is a change to C.A.M.P.s that has builders in a state of unrest.
QuakeCon At Home is coming, and ESO will be there. The three-day event will bring livestreams, giveaways, Twitch Drops, and a new trailer that Elder Scrolls Online players won't want to miss.