In 2010, Bethesda Softworks published Fallout: New Vegas, a spin-off game in the Fallout series that was developed by Obsidian Entertainment rather than Bethesda Game Studios, the team that had created Fallout 3. Since this time, the company has never worked with an outside developer in this manner again and Bethesda’s Todd Howard doesn’t see that changing. In a
In 2011, id Software and Bethesda released a brand new IP called Rage for PC, Xbox 360, and PlayStation 3. The hype for the game leading up to its launch was palpable winning multiple awards from various outlets for its gorgeous graphics and great gameplay. When the public finally got its hands on it —
It’s been a whirlwind month for Warner Bros. and Bethesda as the latter sued the former over code rights in regards to an upcoming Westworld mobile game. Claiming that Westworld infringed on Fallout Shelter both in concept and in coding, Bethesda sought to claim damages for copyright infringement, breach of contract, and misappropriation of trade secrets, along with
I think many fans of Bethesda Game Studios would agree that the studio’s last title, Fallout 4, was a great game, although a safer entry in the series when it came to new additions that its fanbase may not have connected with, like its Settlements system and more. Otherwise, there’s no doubt a lot to love from Fallout
Beloved YouTube mixology channel Cocktail Chemistry has finally made a pivot into the world of video game drinks, starting first with the much-requested Atomic Fireball from Fallout: New Vegas. In the video below, you can see a literal representation of the drink, as well as a recreation using 1950’s ingredients and drink trends. For like-minded Fallout: New Vegas
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been around for the better part of a decade and it still manages to make headlines. Whether it be the upcoming release of the game on Nintendo’s latest console, or the never ending waves of updates to the game itself, Skyrim has managed to stay fresh in gamers’ minds
Bethesda Softworks announced today that Fallout Shelter, the once mobile-exclusive game set in the Fallout universe, has now passed 100 million players across all platforms. Fallout Shelter originally released on iOS in June of 2015 where it was formally revealed by Bethesda during their E3 press event. It later arrived on Android devices in August of the same year.