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===Other games===
 
===Other games===
 
Other notable series by Bethesda Softworks include [http://www.uesp.net/wiki/The_Elder_Scrolls The Elder Scrolls], the series of which Oblivion is the 9th title and the 4th main title. Fallout 3 and New Vegas are based on the same engine as Oblivion. They also published other games such as WET and Rogue Warrior.
 
Other notable series by Bethesda Softworks include [http://www.uesp.net/wiki/The_Elder_Scrolls The Elder Scrolls], the series of which Oblivion is the 9th title and the 4th main title. Fallout 3 and New Vegas are based on the same engine as Oblivion. They also published other games such as WET and Rogue Warrior.
 
==Bugs==
 
* {{platforms|PS3}} If the player enters the company building from the anterior exit, it is possible that the Chairman may spawn inside the ground making him inaccessible.
 
   
 
==References==
 
==References==

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Bethesda Softworks is a developer and publisher of computer and video games, owned by ZeniMax Media.

History

Bethesda Softworks has been a developer and publisher of interactive entertainment content for over two decades, founded in 1985 by Christopher Weaver.

With a broad panoply of games in role-playing, racing, simulation, and sports, Bethesda Softworks major franchises are distributed worldwide.

Divisions

Bethesda Game Studios

Bethesda Game Studios (BGS) is the in-house development team led by Todd Howard and owned by Bethesda Softworks. Not all BGS titles are published by Bethesda Softworks. "Bethesda Softworks" is often used to designate games "published" by Bethesda, both BGS projects and those developed externally.

Games

Fallout 3

In 2004, Bethesda licensed the rights to develop Fallout 3 and two additional sequels from Interplay Entertainment, and in 2007 acquired the whole Fallout franchise. Todd Howard said in January 2007 that "We started work (on Fallout 3) in late 2004 with a few people. We only had about 10 people on it until Oblivion wrapped, but most of our staff is on it now."

Fallout 3 was released on October 28, 2008 and has won over 60 Game of the Year Awards – including honors from IGN, the Game Developers' Choice Awards and Game Critics Awards. Bethesda has continued to support Fallout 3 with five add-onsOperation: Anchorage, The Pitt, Broken Steel, Point Lookout and Mothership Zeta.

Fallout: New Vegas

In 2009, Bethesda announced Fallout: New Vegas, a new entry in the Fallout series. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment and published by Bethesda itself, it was released in October 19, 2010 in the US and October 22 in the UK.

On January 28th, Bethesda Softworks announced a deal made with Namco Bandai to let it publish Fallout: New Vegas in Australia and New Zealand.

Other games

Other notable series by Bethesda Softworks include The Elder Scrolls, the series of which Oblivion is the 9th title and the 4th main title. Fallout 3 and New Vegas are based on the same engine as Oblivion. They also published other games such as WET and Rogue Warrior.

References


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