Fallout 76 has come a long way from, what some consider, one of the worst launches of a live-service game in recent memory to one of the most played games on Xbox. While bugs still crop up from time to time, Bethesda hasn't given up on delivering enjoyable content for their dedicated player base. The Steel Reign update that was teased in this years' roadmap has hit the Public Test Server, and players seem to have mixed feelings about the changes.
Fallout 76 recently released their Locked and Loaded update, which introduced the long-awaited addition of loadouts to the game. Players were also excited about some of the changes to C.A.M.P.S. which included a new display type, the mannequin, which allows players to display their outfits. Unfortunately, some players that have used the mannequin have found a game-breaking bug that results in repeated disconnects, to the point where they can't manage to log in at all
In the latest Inside the Vault article, Bethesda divulges what's coming in the latest roadmap for 2021. The upcoming features will change the game in exciting new ways, like S.P.E.C.I.A.L. loadouts, legendary crafting, Legendary Power Armor, and they will introduce 4-Star Legendary items!
Bethesda has announced a new Indiana Jones game to be developed by Wolfenstein developers MachineGames in partenership with Lucasfilm Games.
Starting December 15th Fallout 76 is blasting out its new Season complete with a new Scoreboard entitled, "The Scribe of Avalon". Players will follow along in a story straight out of Astoundingly Awesome Tales with historian K.D. Inkwell, as she looks into the technological advancements of the civilization of Avalon.
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.
On Saturday September 19th at 3PM EDT, Bethesda will be showing off the finale of the Elder Scrolls Online: Dark Heart of Skyrim storyline. The new DLC that will put an end to the Dark Heart of Skyrim arc is known as Markarth, and the walkthrough shown during the digital event will provide a lot of information detailing what players can expect in-game.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor takes players back to Skyrim, adding a new main story, changes to the vampire skill line and a new Antiquities system. How does the latest Chapter in the ESO story hold up? Here's our review.
Get ready to explore Western Skyrim as the storyline of the Dark Heart of Skyrim continues. The next chapter for The Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor has launched on PC today, and you can jump right in, regardless of whether you're new to ESO or a seasoned veteran.