The Markarth story zone and DLC—the culmination of The Elder Scrolls Online’s Dark Heart of Skyrim year-long adventure—and the free Update 28, is now live on PC and Stadia. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players will make their mark on the Reach on November 10. Markarth takes players to the wilds of the Reach to gather a band of unlikely allies and confront a Vampire Lord and his ancient army. Within the DLC and free base game update, players will explore the Reach and Arkthzand Caverns zones, and experience new quests, characters, challenges, Vateshran Hollows solo arena, Item Set Collection … Continue reading Dark Heart of Skyrim’s Markarth Story Zone Launches
Bethesda announced that The Elder Scrolls Online and DOOM Eternal are coming to Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 consoles. Players who own or purchase either title on Xbox One or PlayStation 4 will be able to upgrade for free to the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 versions, respectively, when those versions are available. Additionally, teams are working hard to ensure both titles will support backwards compatibility when the new consoles launch. According to Bethesda: We’ll have more information to share in the coming weeks and months about The Elder Scrolls Online and DOOM Eternal on Xbox Series X … Continue reading Bethesda Confirms DOOM and Elder Scrolls for Next Gen Consoles
Today Bethesda Game Studios released Wastelanders, the latest free update for Fallout 76. The update welcomes NPCs into the fold who bring with them all new quests, classic dialogue options with choice and consequence and much more. The Wastelanders update for Fallout 76 is playable now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, the Bethesda Launcher and – for the first time – Steam. Players will join forces with the devious raiders or form an alliance with the hopeful settlers in search of the secrets hiding in the mountains of West Virginia. People aren’t the only ones who’ve found their way back … Continue reading Fallout 76 Pushes Wastelanders Update, Moves to Steam
Bethesda have announced a subscription service for the Fallout game that you probably thought was as abandoned as the wasteland it depicts. Does Drew think the subscription is worth the asking price? Well, judging by the article title, obviously not.
Dragonhold, the culmination of the Season of the Dragon, The Elder Scrolls Online’s first year-long interconnected adventure, is now live on PC and Mac. Xbox One and PlayStation 4 players will make their mark on Southern Elsweyr on November 5th. Dragonhold features Southern Elsweyr, a new story zone with three unique biomes, and packed with delves, world bosses, quests, Dragon hunts, and more. Players can purchase Dragonhold for 2,000 of the in-game Crown currency or by becoming an ESO Plus member (which nets players additional benefits). Especially intrepid players can unlock the Dragonhold Collector’s Bundle for 4,000 Crowns and receive … Continue reading Dragonhold Season Finale Launches in The Elder Scrolls Online
Bethesda doubled down on some of its hit titles at it’s E3 2019 Press Conference, including new content for The Elder Scrolls Online and Wolfenstein. They also introduced some new games including DEATHLOOP and Ghostwire: Tokyo.
Isle of Madness, the latest and largest story expansion to date for The Elder Scrolls: Legends, officially releases on January 24 for PC, iOS, and Android devices. The trailer for the expansion dropped today, giving a glimpse into the emotionally intense story that follows a desperate father who’s willing to take a trip into madness to save his son. With new card and lane mechanics, a theme of transformation and insanity and a story that offers a mixture of both hilarity and tragedy, Legends players are in for a sweet(roll) treat. Beginning today, players can visit The Elder Scrolls: Legends … Continue reading The Elder Scrolls To Expand into Isle of Madness
Bethesda’s new Fallout 76 MMO was, let’s face it, a buggy mess when it was released. Yet our reviewer found more than enough good things to prompt him to keep playing, including a great community of players. Fallout 76 is a rocky road, but one that may still be worth treading.
Todd is 25 hours into Fallout 76 so far, and although the world’s newest sci-fi MMO does have a lot of performance problems, the game is a ton of fun to play, and the community is extremely supportive, even helping gift items to newer players in need.
The beloved Fallout series heads to the West Virginia wilderness with the introduction of Fallout 76. Our reviewer is hard at work on the review, but wanted to show off his first few steps into this brave new world with a series of videos.