Bethesda is Teasing Fallout Related Announcement

Bethesda has been pretty active in the news recently, which is surprising considering E3 is less than two weeks away. Having already given us a reveal of their upcoming game Rage 2 (after being semi-leaked by Walmart Canada) the company is currently teasing something that looks to be in the vein of Fallout. Going onContinue reading “Bethesda is Teasing Fallout Related Announcement”

Should Fast Travel Be Removed From Open World Games?

For me it’s the little things in open world titles that make the experience shine. In Fallout 4, I can recall coming across a teddy bear who appeared to be furtively reading an old newspaper whilst answering the call of nature. In The Witcher III, I would find overturned shrines, villages ravaged by monsters, and moisture-slick caverns.Continue reading “Should Fast Travel Be Removed From Open World Games?”

Bethesda Announces “Creation Club”

At Bethesda’s E3 conference tonight, the Maryland publisher and developer announced a new DLC platform for two of their most successful games, Skyrim and Fallout 4. “Creation Club” will combine proprietary content with community-created mods, all of which can be purchased with “credits,” a nebulous currency whose nature Bethesda did not elaborate on. The contentContinue reading “Bethesda Announces “Creation Club””

Bethesda Announce DOOM VFR and Fallout 4 VR

Bethesda have announced two VR games that are coming out this year, DOOM VFR and Fallout 4 VR, which will be available on HTC Vive. Though there are few details available right now, both games appear to utilize touch/motion controls. Check out the gameplay trailers above and below. We have known about Fallout 4 being offered on VR for aContinue reading “Bethesda Announce DOOM VFR and Fallout 4 VR”

CNN Uses Fallout 4 Screenshots to Illustrate Russian Hacking

The past two months have been a whirlwind of excitement or despair, depending on who you ask. An intensely divisive U.S. Presidential Election gripped the nation. Soon after, news of Russia purportedly “hacking” the election was quick to sweep across the mainstream media. Whether this allegation is true or not remains to be seen. Despite a ratherContinue reading “CNN Uses Fallout 4 Screenshots to Illustrate Russian Hacking”

Vault Tec Population Management System Finds Lost Companions

If you have ever put a lot of time into Fallout 3, Fallout New Vegas or Fallout 4, you have undoubtedly had a companion just vanish. With the added feature of managing settlements, it’s easy to lose track of where you last sent your companion. However Bethesda has thrown in a fix for this problemContinue reading “Vault Tec Population Management System Finds Lost Companions”

Sneak Peek At Vault Tec Workshop Tomorrow

Are you ready to finally build your own vault in Fallout 4? How about experimenting on it’s inhabitants? With less than 20 days left in the month, Bethesda has announced an exclusive sneak peek at Fallout 4’s next DLC, Vault Tec Workshop, which is due to release later this month. The exact release date hasn’tContinue reading “Sneak Peek At Vault Tec Workshop Tomorrow”

Nuka World is Final Fallout 4 DLC, Bethesda Exec Confirms

Fallout 4, Bethesda’s latest entry in the Fallout series, is slated to receive an upcoming story-centric expansion this August. Revealed at E3, the Nuka World DLC features a slew of new quests and weaponry, as well as new enemies and an entirely unseen area containing the titular amusement park. However, Bethesda’s Vice President of PR and Marketing, PeteContinue reading “Nuka World is Final Fallout 4 DLC, Bethesda Exec Confirms”

Corroded Civilizations: Gaming’s Fixation on Decay

Yesterday morning, as I watched the E3 stream of The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, déjà vu simmered in my head. Here, yet again, our intrepid hero makes his way through a dying civilization, a young Link exploring a Hyrule whose denizens have all but forgotten the glory of eons past. He willContinue reading “Corroded Civilizations: Gaming’s Fixation on Decay”

Fallout 4 Virtual Reality Is an Incredible Suprise

Bethesda announced at their E3 press conference today that Fallout 4 is set to receive the Virtual Reality treatment using the HTC Vive. No gameplay or release details were announced, but with Fallout 4 being a first-person game, the potential application seems straightforward, but certainly tantalizing.

Fallout 4 and Shelter New Content

During Bethesda’s E3 press conference, the developer detailed new content for Fallout 4 and Fallout Shelter. Fallout 4 is receiving two new DLC packs. The first is titled Contraptions Workshop. This DLC will add new items such as elevators, armor racks, sorting machines, conveyor belts and track kits to the game. Additionally, you’ll be able to build your ownContinue reading “Fallout 4 and Shelter New Content”

Fallout 4 Mods Launch on Xbox One

Since E3 2015, Bethesda has been hyping up fans about the release of official mod support for Fallout 4. And now, six and a half months after the game’s initial launch, wastelanders everywhere can finally download and experiment with a huge library of mods. Between visual improvements, gameplay tweaks, and some straight-up crazy additions, modsContinue reading “Fallout 4 Mods Launch on Xbox One”