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  • The EU takes action: Bethesda and Co. have to pay a fine of millions

    The EU has the faxes thick! After Valve reached an illegal agreement with some publishers, the companies are now being asked to pay. However, one of the “scoundrels” feels wrongly pilloried.

  • Xbox: Your life's work is worth less than a lousy 1000 achievement points

    Todd Howard is rewarded by Microsoft for being Todd Howard. However, this reward turns out to be amusing shoddy ...

  • Bethesda Launches 24-Hour Discount Promotion For Australia's Victims

    Saving for a good cause? Buying cheap games is twice as satisfying if the proceeds are also donated: Under this motto, Bethesda is opening a large game sale today, the proceeds of which are to benefit Australia's victims.

  • Bethesda is putting pressure on the seller of a used game

    Nowadays it has almost become standard for users to resell their games that they have gambled through or no longer want. However, these used games are a thorn in the side of many developers and publishers who do not make any money from them. So probably in the case of Bethesda, who have now taken action against a used dealer.

  • Bethesda Founder: Games Have to Get More Expensive to Stop Lootbox Madness

    The debate about loot boxes and microtransactions in games is unlikely to end this year. Bethesda founder Christopher Weaver recently commented on the issue and said he knew a solution to the problem.

  • Swipe at EA: Bethesda starts campaign to save single-player games

    At the Game Awards 2017, Bethesda presented a video in which the publisher is pushing the rescue of single-player games. The # SavePlayer1 campaign is also a swipe at EA.

  • Bethesda: According to Forbes, to blame for the failure of recent games

    Game publisher Bethesda is struggling with low sales, despite the fact that its most recent releases have been well received almost across the board. Quite a few see the reason for this in their own marketing policy, which with late press samples dispenses with free advertising through game tests that appear in advance.

  • Bethesda: Fan criticism doesn't change the developer's plan

    Bethesda is currently under criticism due to the Creation Club for Fallout 4 and the Skyrim: Special Edition. But the pleading of the fans is apparently not heard. The publisher has now revealed that the negative words are no reason to deviate from the plan.

  • Creation Club: Program for new "Fallout 4" and "Skyrim" content

    As part of its press conference at E3 2017, the publisher Bethesda presented the so-called "Creation Club". This is a program in which fresh, paid content for the games Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is to be created in the future - community members can also participate.

  • Bethesda: Looking for AAA freemium game developers

    As a job posting reveals, Bethesda is looking for developers for an AAA freemium game. Are you planning a new Fallout Shelter?

  • The Elder Scrolls: Nearly shot player receives gifts from Bethesda

    A player who was recently nearly shot has received a surprise package from game maker Bethesda. In a picture gallery, the double lucky guy presents the extensive yield, which consists of a hand-signed anthology edition of "The Elder Scrolls" games and other collectibles from Bethesda.

  • Bethesda: Developers are currently working on seven games

    In an interview with IGN magazine, Todd Howard, Director of Bethesda Game Studios, chatted a little out of the box. Howard revealed: The studio is currently working on seven different titles, two of which are even larger than any previous project.

  • Bethesda: At E3 again with a press conference - teasing against Microsoft

    For the third time in a row, the developer and publisher Bethesda will hold a press conference again for E3 2017. The announcement does not come without a joke against Microsoft.

  • Bethesda denies Elder Scrolls VI for 2017

    The well-known industry analyst Michael Pachter thinks a successor for The Elder Scrolls in the coming year is very likely. Bethesda reacted shortly afterwards with a refusal. He should "listen better".

  • The Elder Scrolls 6: Sorry, is not in development after all

    Skyrim has been around for a few years, but no new part of the Elder Scrolls series is to be developed for the time being. That comes from a tweet from Bethesda's PR and Marketing Vice President Pete Hines. So you have to be patient until The Elder Scrolls 6 is released. How long is unfortunately not yet certain.

  • Bethesda: New RPG in the works - development of Fallout 5 already started?

    Bethesda is best known for the games in the Fallout and The Elder Scrolls series. A new job posting now suggests that a new RPG is in the works. Fallout 5 is also said to be in development.

  • Battlecry: Bethesda Announces New Multiplayer Title!

    In 2012, Bethesda started a new development studio called Battlecry. And they are just doing a game with the same name that has now been officially announced. “Battlecry” will be a team-based multiplayer title, which is supposed to impress with its fast-paced close-quarters combat.

  • The Elder Scrolls Anthology announced

    A complete collection of all Elder Scrolls games will appear in one box this September - and there are also all the add-ons that have been released so far. If you have not yet enjoyed the great series yourself, The Elder Scrolls Anthology is definitely the right one for you. The collection box will be available from September 13th.