Bethesda is one of rare AAA-publishers that announced its full support for the VR technology, and invested heavily in creating VR-versions of its popular franchises. At the 2017 edition of E3 conference, Bethesda announced several titles which are coming for Steam VR / HTC Vive (visible from the moment the VR trailer starts). Given the legal situation between Bethesda and Oculus, we were not surprised to see icy relations and no mention of supporting the Oculus Rift VR headset. While the game development teams are working behind the scenes on new IP which wasn’t ready to be shown, the B-teams are working on re-working the
In case you’ve missed it, there’s six minutes of your Friday that you should not miss. The idSoftware crew demonstrated their 2016 remake of legendary DOOM, a game that practically created the first person shooter (FPS) genre. The original daddy of FPS also came from the same team. Couple of months ago, we saw that DOOM Multiplayer achieves 60 fps with ease on anything faster than a three year old Radeon R9 290, I look forward to seeing a title that will bring me back to my childhood. 🙂 In meanwhile, enjoy in these five minutes and fifty-six seconds. The team demonstrated Full HD, 1920×1080 resolution in continuous 60 frames per second
Fallout 4 is expected to be one of biggest 2015 sales blockbusters, and the company just released an official launch trailer. Fallout 4, available worldwide on Tuesday, November 10th, is a highly expected game. It’s loyal following, combined with what promises to be one heck of a gameplay, is pretty much what most fans are cheering about. Given that Fallout 3 achieved over quarter of billion USD in sales in just a few weeks, and totaled around $600 million (excluding the latest stats – Fallout 3 is again a Top 10 best selling game on Amazon.com), expectations are very high. For the past few months, the whole ordeal got even
Bethesda doesn’t confirm or deny that Fallout 4 will release this year.
New details surface ahead of schedule, but they’re as scarce as the post-apocalyptic wasteland.
Hype…hype never changes.
Gamers are emphatically rebuking Valve for its decision to monetize Skyrim mods, leading to massively supported petitions to spring up.
Hype. Hype never changes.
Microtransactions are coming to Tamriel and Xbox One/PS4 owners finally get a definitive release date for Elder Scrolls Online.