2019 saw The Elder Scrolls Online bear witness to the year-long Season of the Dragon storyline. ZeniMax Online Studios revealed a similar plan for 2020 as players uncover the Dark Heart of Skyrim.
The Elders Scrolls Online is at the end of its Season of the Dragon content series. A cinematic trailer gears player up for the final battle, with a reveal of a familiar location for the next expansion.
The Fallout series has gone through a number of permutations, and we’ve covered everything predating the fourth numbered one. The time has come to give...
To go with the Private Worlds system in online RPG Fallout 76, Bethesda has announced a new subscription service for the game. Fallout 1st will provide some selected bonuses withmonthly and annual purchasing options.
The next big update for Fallout 76 has been delayed to next year. Never fear, there will still be a few updates throughout the rest of thisthis year.
Bethesda’s E3 Showcase featured a couple of Elder Scrolls RPGs. Blades gets a new update and is coming to Switch, while TES Online has a new cinematic trailer for Elsweyr and is also getting a couple of further updates later this year.
Bethesda used its E3 Showcase to reveal some of the upcoming updates to Fallout 76. The company is running a week-long free trial for the game, which includes a sneak peek at the Nuclear Winter battle royale mode.
Journey to a new area of Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online’s newest chapter. Now available for purchase, Elsweyr introduces the new Necromancer class to the game.
Bethesda has revealed its roadmap for updating Fallout 76 in 2019. The free updates will begin with Wild Appalachia, which, among other things, adds new quests and the new Survival game mode.
Fallout 76 is getting a Survival mode. The new mode will bring a greater focus to PvP, with all other players automatically marked as hostile.
Dragons are coming to The Elder Scrolls Online. 2019 will also see players heading to Elsweyr, home of the Khajiit.
Halloween may be gone now but some scares still linger. Hear how the good folks of Vault 76 gave themselves some scares during their confinement.
Vault 76 is getting ever closer to opening and that means a live action trailer is in order. Wouldn’t it be nice if the game were out now?
Xbox One RPGamers received the chance to check out the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. today. To mark the event, Bethesda released some new screenshots showing various parts of West Virginia’s wasteland.
Vault 76 will be opening a little early for those pre-order Fallout 76. Dates for the Break-It Early Test Application have been announced alongside the reveal of the game’s opening cinematic.
Just because the bombs have dropped doesn’t mean more can’t. The next video in the You Will Emerge! series details just how players can, and likely will, use nukes.
Start saving those bottle caps; Bethesda’s online Fallout title is coming out mid-November. A new trailer highlight player’s ability to explore the wasteland with friends.
Worried about your chances of survival in the wasteland? Fear not, this new video will put the appropriate skip in the steps to becoming a better you!
Start shooting rad roaches and running around Vault 76 before anyone else. Get in on what Bethesda is doing with the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A.
Bethesda has been splitting up parts of its E3 showcase for Fallout 76 into more bite-sized chunks. Those who missed the initial demonstration can check out an introduction to the wasteland of West Virginia and to the game’s focus on multiplayer.