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Sony finally agrees to let Bethesda bring mods to PS4

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Last month, Bethesda let PlayStation 4 owners know that Sony wasn’t playing ball when it came to bringing mods to the console. Given that Bethesda has had mods running for Fallout 4 on the Xbox One for months now, this news didn’t go down well. Fortunately, it didn’t take long …

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Dishonoured 2 is releasing in November

Bethesda had a packed conference at E3 last year, not only did we get a better look at DOOM and the announcement of Fallout 4, but Dishonoured 2 was also unveiled and now, the game has a release date. The sequel will see players take on the role of either …

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The new DOOM now has a release date

Bethesda and id Software have announced the release date for the new DOOM game. The rebooted first person shooter has been in the making for years now, with beta access even being offered up to those that pre-ordered the 2014 Wolfenstein: The New Order. The game will now be coming …

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The first big Fallout 4 patch is here

We’ve all been playing Bethesda’s latest wasteland adventure, Fallout 4, for a month or so now. However, the game is still a little rough around the edges, fortunately, Bethesda is still working on it and the first big patch for Fallout 4 has launched today for the PC, Xbox One …

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The DOOM closed alpha takes place this weekend

Last year with the launch of Wolfenstein: The New Order, Bethesda promised those who pre-ordered access to the DOOM Alpha and beta phases. Now development has progressed a bit and a closed alpha weekend event is taking place this weekend, on the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. If you …

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The Fallout Pip-Boy app is out now

Fallout 4 isn’t arriving for a few more days but that hasn’t stopped Bethesda from releasing its Pip-Boy companion app to the public on Android and iOS. The studio has also put out the final ‘launch’ trailer for Fallout 4 slightly ahead of time, reminding us that we do in-fact …

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