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  1. Armenius

    Sunsetting the Bethesda.net Launcher & Migrating to Steam

    Bethesda has announced that their Bethesda.net launcher is being retired. If you have purchased anything through the launcher and/or have funds in your wallet (including virtual currency such as Crowns), it will all migrate over to Steam. The link below details what that process will look...
  2. DFenz

    Indiana Jones videogame teased by Bethesda

    Looks like it will be developed by MachineGames, Todd Howard is the Executive Producer https://twitter.com/bethesda/status/1349023307228704770 Could it be an Xbox/PC Exclusive since Microsoft acquired the studio? No concrete info out at this point other than something is in the works.
  3. cageymaru

    Prey Is $9.99

    The physical edition of Prey for the PC is $9.99. Amazon. Best Buy.
  4. cageymaru

    Get Wolfenstein: Youngblood with Select NVIDIA GPUs

    Wolfenstein: Youngblood is going to feature real time ray tracing and RTX features. NVIDIA and Bethesda have partnered to create a tie-in bundle promotion with the sale of select GeForce cards. While supplies last. Qualifying graphics cards, desktops, or laptops: GeForce RTX 2080 Ti...
  5. DooKey

    Bethesda Releases New Wolfenstein: Youngblood Trailer

    This is a co-op shooter and it looks like it might be a good one.
  6. AlphaAtlas

    Skyrim Multiplayer Mod Accused of Stealing Code

    Skyrim's extensive modding community has added almost everything you can imagine, and more, to Bethesda's single-player RPG, but there's one particular feature they've always struggled with: multiplayer. Neither Elder Scrolls Online nor Fallout 76 quite scratches that "I want to mess around in...
  7. AlphaAtlas

    Accountants Threw a DOOM Themed Office Party

    DualShockers spotted a video (which presumably shot up Youtube's popularity rankings through an earlier /r/gaming post) of LPL Financial throwing a DOOM themed Halloween office party. Whoever these "accountants" are, they're clearly psyched up for the upcoming release of DOOM Eternal. We haven't...
  8. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Purges Duped Items from Fallout 76

    Bethesda has been dealing with dev room glitches, item duplication bugs, and other exploits ever since Fallout 76's launch, but the developer just announced that they've completed some "'Spring cleaning' to rid the Wasteland of many items that were created through the abuse of duplication...
  9. AlphaAtlas

    Obsidian Comments On Fallout 76's Reception

    Fallout 76's had a rocky launch, to say the least, and many have used previous Fallout games as a reference point to call out what exactly went wrong. Obsidian's own take on the Fallout universe, Fallout: New Vegas, is often cited as one of the best in the franchise, and the developers just...
  10. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Releases Patch 5 for Fallout 76

    Patch 5 for Fallout 76 just went live, Bethesda detailed the changes they made on their website. In fact, the developers note that they've added "Dev Notes" under some of the larger changes like they did with Patch 4, in an effort to "provide [players] with more context behind things like...
  11. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Announces a Fallout 76 Survival Mode

    In response to player requests for "greater challenge, fewer restrictions, and more incentives when it comes to PVP combat," Bethesda announced that they're developing a "Survival" mode for Fallout 76. In the main menu, players soon be given a choice between "Adventure" mode, which is Fallout 76...
  12. AlphaAtlas

    Modders Intend to Recreate Fallout 2 in Fallout 4's Engine

    Last month, a group of modders announce their intention to mod Fallout 2 into Fallout 4, Large scale-ambitious mods for Bethesda games are pretty common, and many such projects fizzle out before any sort of meaningful release, but today, the "Project Arroyo" modders uploaded several screenshots...
  13. AlphaAtlas

    Westworld Game Removed from App Store

    Bethesda accused the mobile Westworld game of blatantly using code and other assets from Fallout Shelter last year, and from the looks of things, those accusations had some merit. While Bethesda and Behavior Interactive later claimed they "amicably resolved" the lawsuit that Bethesda Softworks...
  14. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Confirms Fallout 76 Developer Room Bans

    Last week, reports of players glitching their way into a "developer room" in Fallout 76 began to emerge. Though the hack had allegedly been exploited for weeks within FO76 communities, some sources claimed that Bethesda was banning accounts that stole items from the room. Today, Eurogamer...
  15. cageymaru

    Skyrim Together Is an 8-Player CO-OP Mod for Skyrim

    The Skyrim Together mod team says that it is ready to release its client for beta testing purposes. Skyrim Together is a mod that allows up to 8 players to adventure together in the Skyrim world. Bethesda blocked the developers from releasing the mod onto Steam. The Skyrim Together mod team is...
  16. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 Players Glitched Their Way Into a Developer Room

    Eurogamer says that some enterprising Fallout 76 players managed to glitch their way into a "developer room" with high tier and unreleased items. While the exploit is just now going public, Eurogamer's sources say that the exploit has been circulating around Discord servers for several weeks...
  17. cageymaru

    Bethesda and Behaviour Interactive Resolve Claims Related to Westworld Mobile Game

    Bethesda Softworks and Behaviour Interactive jointly announced today that the parties have amicably resolved the lawsuit Bethesda brought against Behaviour and others related to the Fallout Shelter and Westworld mobile games. Originally Bethesda accused Behaviour Interactive of stealing its...
  18. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda is Asking for Essays in Ban Appeals

    Polygon reports that Bethesda is wrongfully banning some players in Fallout 76. Third party programs like Reshade, various overlays, and capture/streaming programs may be to blame, but that's not exactly new, as similar 3rd party programs have triggered cheat detection algorithms in other games...
  19. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda is Working on a New Fallout 76 PVP Mode

    Fallout 76 may have had a rocky launch, but Bethesda seems committed to supporting the game going forward. On the "Inside the Vault" blog, Bethesda detailed a number of fixes and tweaks that are coming in January. Bethesda also promised to offer more detailed patch notes. Starting in 2019, they...
  20. cageymaru

    Bethesda Celebrates 25 Years of Doom

    Bethesda is celebrating 25 years of slaying demons in Doom with the launch of the official Slayers Club. Doom fans that join the Slayers Club will receive an exclusive Zombie DOOM Slayer skin for DOOM Eternal when it launches. Participating in future Year of Doom events will unlock exclusive...
  21. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Support Ticket System Leaked Customer Information

    Today's data leak of the day comes from... Bethesda. Recently, Bethesda promised to give buyers of Fallout 76's $200 Power Armor edition a real canvas bag. But to do that, customers had to create a support ticket and submit proof of purchase, which allegedly included a receipt containing credit...
  22. cageymaru

    Bethesda to Issue Replacement Canvas Bags for the Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition

    Bethesda has announced via its Bethesda Support account on Twitter, that the company is finalizing manufacturing plans for replacement canvas bags for the Fallout 76: Power Armor Edition. Owners of the $200 collector's edition, who wish to receive the proper canvas bag, have to visit the...
  23. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Details Fallout 76 Patch Schedule and Faces Backlash Over Bags

    Fallout 76 has gotten off to a rocky start, but Bethesda has outlined plans to iron some of the issues out in the coming weeks. On their website, Bethesda said they will increase the stash limit and address some nasty bugs related to the Cryolater and Power Armor on December 4, while an FoV...
  24. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 Bug Made a Player Effectively Immortal

    A bug in Fallout 76 allegedly has the Reddit user Brogadyn stuck in "permanent godmode." According to the player's post, killzones, ghoul swarms, and nukes straight to the face can't kill the player. Fortunately, the bug doesn't appear to be widespread, and Brogadyn has reportedly avoided...
  25. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 is Online Now

    Fallout 76 was supposed to launch tomorrow, as Bethesda's own website says it will be available on November 14. The PlayStation site has a "countdown to launch" timer, and right now it says the game is launching in 11 hours. But once again, Fallout 76 is apparently up a little earlier than...
  26. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Launcher Won't Uninstall Fallout 76 B.E.T.A.

    Yesterday, various news outlets reported that players ran into issues trying to uninstall the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. VG247 says that the launcher would ask for login info when trying to uninstall the game. Upon entering the login info, players would receive a message saying "You do not have access...
  27. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 is Locked at 63FPS and Has a Dynamic FOV

    PCGamer reports that Fallout 76 now has a hard 63 FPS framerate cap. Before the update on November 5th, the game would run at the monitor's refresh rate. Bethesda hasn't made any official note of it yet, but the cap will presumably mitigate the framerate-related speedhacks that plagued earlier...
  28. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 is Allegedly Easy to Hack

    According to a thread on Reddit, Fallout 76 largely resembles Fallout 4 internally, which makes it relatively easy to hack. The game reportedly does no file integrity checking before launching, critical features like collision detection run client side, and client/server communication is largely...
  29. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 Will be Up "Forever"

    Publicly, Bethesda has been very confident about Fallout 76, and that confidence continued over the weekend. In a recent interview with Gamespot, Pete Hines said "How long is [Fallout 76] going to be up? Forever." Many game developers have a habit of abandoning online games prematurely, but with...
  30. cageymaru

    Fallout 76 Has Built in Speed Hacks Because the Physics Engine Is Tied to Its Framerate

    According to PC beta testers for the game Fallout 76, Bethesda has tied the physics engine of the multiplayer game to its framerate. By simply editing a .ini file or pointing the camera at the ground, players are able to attack and run at bionic man speeds. Bethesda promises to have a fix for...
  31. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 Beta Extended Following Launch Issues

    Fallout 4's B.E.T.A. launched on PC yesterday, and as anyone who's played Bethesda's previous Fallout titles would expect, there were some issues. For starters, the beta launched 2 hours earlier than scheduled. Many players found that Bethesda launcher force them to redownload the 50GB game, an...
  32. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 Will be Lootbox Free

    Pete Hines, the vice president of Bethesda Softworks, told Gamespot that Fallout 76 is trying to stay "on the right side of the line" when it comes to microtransactions and post-release content. According to Hines, Fallout 76's microtransactions will be limited to cosmetic items that don't...
  33. AlphaAtlas

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  34. cageymaru

    Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. System Requirements Are Available

    The PC system requirements for the Fallout 76 B.E.T.A. are now available and the minimum spec is pretty tame. A 64 bit processor and Windows based OS are required. Windows 7, 8, and 10 are supported. An Intel Core i5-6600k 3.5GHz or AMD Ryzen 3 1300X 3.5 GHz or equivalent CPU is necessary...
  35. cageymaru

    Hands-On with the Fallout 76 Multiplayer Beta

    GameSpot has played the multiplayer beta version of Fallout 76 and they described it as having "more of an amusement park vibe--with several key attractions and locales clearly highlighted on the map," and "the feeling that I was sort of experiencing the greatest hits of all things Fallout."...
  36. AlphaAtlas

    Fallout 76 Beta Dates Announced

    Fallout 76 just got a release date for the game's "Break-it Early Test Application", or B.E.T.A for short. Xbox One users can jump in on October 23rd, while everyone else will have to wait another week. Bethesda posted instructions for applying to the beta, along with other pertinent...
  37. AlphaAtlas

    Bethesda Confirms that Fallout 76 Won't Launch With Crossplay

    In June, Bethesda implied that Sony was partially responsible for the lack of cross platform support in Fallout 76. However, after Sony reversed their stance, fans started to wonder if crossplay would come to the game after all. In a tweet, Pete Hines confirmed that Fallout 76 isn't getting...
  38. cageymaru

    Bethesda Is Having a Sale as a Lead-in to Quakecon

    Bethesda is having a sale on Steam as nearly everything in the publisher's entire catalog is discounted as a lead-in to Quakecon. Of course Quakecon is a legendary PC gaming event as gamers compete to win prizes in a LAN party atmosphere. For those of us that can't attend, there is the before...
  39. R

    Fallout 76 Introduction to Multiplayer

    In classic Fallout style, Bethesda has released a new video giving everyone an introduction to multilayer in the upcoming Fallout 76. The short 2 minute video gives a tease of what to expect when the game launches November 14th. Check out the video I'm hoping for a PvE only co-op mode to play...
  40. R

    Elder Scrolls 6 is in Pre-Production

    Bethesda director and executive producer sat down for an interview following their E3 presentation, and let the world know that Elder Scrolls 6 is in "pre-production" according to a report from with VG24/7. Fans of the series can rejoice, as it will only be a couple years before there is a new...
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