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Some news from Bethesda today. The headline of their news release says they've "expanded" into Austin, however, all is not as it seems.
What is now Bethesda Games Studios Austin was yesterday known as "Battlecry Studios", a subsidary of Zenimax Media LLC. For those of you who need a refresher on the Zenimax empire, Zenimax owns publisher Bethesda Softworks, who in turn owns Bethesda Games Studios. So rather than a new studio, this is more than a rebranding.
Battlecry Studios had failed to produce anything of note. It was founded in 2012 initially to work on Freemium and microtransaction games. Its flagship game was also to be known as BattleCry, but rather than release games Battlecry has merely released staff to the unemployment line. So this rebrand is probably part of a major change of direction for the studio, and I'd expect to see BattleCry join the big "Cancelled Games" junkyard.
Bethesda Games Studios Austin will be headed by Doug Mellencamp, who judging from his Linkedin profile …
Its the Mooooost wonderful time of the year. Well, in June it it will be at least, the Bethesda E3 Showcase is here again. Here’s the announcement trailer.
The Trailer doesn’t tell us much, except perhaps that Bethesda have spent far too much time doing arts and crafts. But some of the figures definitely look fallouty.
The streamline this year is “Creating something special”, which suggests some sort of major announcement, and Bethesda has expanded to 2 Bethesda-branded studios (Rockville and Montreal). We’re not expecting new Fallout (its not our turn), and last year Todd did say there were other large projects they were working on before TES6, and has said that these are “bigger than anything we’ve ever done” and “something different”… and have been looking for experts on "Freemium" games for an AAA title in Montreal... So could this be the start of something new?
What do you think it is?
We have tried to send in some Canadian spy into their Montreal offices, but apparently corporat…
Some interesting announcements have hit our press release inbox this week. Lets take a look at them - Fallout Game of the year, a new Dishonored game, and a Sitcom from Wolfenstein 2...
Return to the Wasteland on September 26 with Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition. With all the latest gameplay updates (including Survival mode), graphical enhancements, the ability to play Mods for free on PC and consoles, plus all official add-ons included, this is the ultimate way to experience the award-winning post-nuclear adventure from Bethesda Game Studios.
Winner of more than 200 “Best Of” awards – including the 2016 BAFTA and 2016 D.I.C.E. Game of the Year – Fallout 4 is the studio’s most ambitious game yet. As the sole survivor of Vault 111, players enter a world destroyed by nuclear war. In a fight for survival they are faced with rebuilding and determining the fate of the Wasteland.
Fallout 4: Game of the Year Edition includes the fully updated original game along with all six add-ons: Nuka-…
Fantasy Flight Games, whom have previously developed board games based on Star Wars, Game of Thrones, Doom, and World of Warcraft, have announced an impending Fallout board game.
You can find our detailed explanation of the Wanderer lawsuit over on the main fandom page. Check it out.
Once again, it is gamers favourite time of year to flock to Steam and see what is is up for sale. Courtesy of The Courier NCR for life spotting Fallout: New Vegas for $2.50, I have done a little bit of investigating and the entire Fallout Series is on sale until the 5th of July.
All base games* are reduced by 75% and expansion packs are cut in price by 40%. The best deal by fair listed is the Fallout Bundle, which includes Fallout 1 and 2, Tactics, the Fallout 3 Game of the Year, Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Edition, and Fallout 4 and its Season Pass for just over USD $60.00.
If you want to fix your back catalogue or have been waiting for a good deal on Wastleland Workshop, now would certainly be the time to consider buying.