The tensions between the modding community and Bethesda continue to rise this week, with a prominent modder claiming that the developers took heavy inspiration from his Fallout: New Vegas mod without giving him any credit.
Earlier this year Nvidia showed off its new GTX 1080 card by running Bethesda’s Doom with the super-speedy Vulkan API instead of OpenGL, resulting in frame rates approaching 200 with all the bells and whistles. Today Bethesda makes Doom Vulkan support official.
The beta for mods for the PS4 version of Fallout 4's has been delayed, Bethesda said today. No word on a new release date.
The new Fallout 4 Contraptions Workshop DLC just dropped today, and people have been quick to put it to good use. And by “good” I mean “kiiiind of evil.”
The most famous mod for both Fallout and Skyrim has to be Caliente’s Beautiful Bodies Enhancer (CBBE), the enhancement known for making Bethesda games synonymous with naked ladies. You won’t find it on consoles, however. There’s a reason for that.
Welcome to E3 2016! Kotaku is in Los Angeles for the week, bringing you all the news, interviews, media, and more from the year’s biggest trade show. We’ll update this post regularly as E3 continues, so check back!
One of the biggest complaints fans had about Fallout 4 was that most of the time, the game only let you be a good guy/girl. Judging from what Bethesda has cooking, however, it seems that they are actually listening.
The theaters are empty; the subwoofers have all gone still. How did EA and Bethesda do? Time to discuss, on a special E3 bonus episode of Kotaku Splitscreen.
Earlier today, Bethesda announced that a special virtual reality version of Fallout 4 was coming to the HTC Vive. Which seemed a weird thing to say, since not many games are ever announced just for that particular VR platform.
It wasn’t actually mentioned on stage, but the intro to Bethesda’s E3 show contained a little hint at a new Wolfenstein game/thing called New Colossus.
Exploring Tamriel in The Elder Scrolls Online with friends is getting a lot easier this fall, when One Tamriel introduces level-scaling to the entire game world.
During Bethesda’s E3 conference, Arkane debuted the first gameplay footage of Dishonored 2. It looks very shiny. And French.
Next year, Bethesda will be releasing a virtual reality version of Fallout 4 for the HTC Vive. Not a demo. The full game.
It took three years to announce, but now it’s finally official: Arkane Austin is making Prey 2. Except now it’s just called Prey.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is getting a remaster, with a prettier “Special Edition” version of the classic on the way to PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Bethesda revealed a number of new Fallout 4 DLC packs coming later this year, but the most interesting one has to be the “Vault-Tec” expansion, which will let all of us become the most evil vault overseer ever.
Hey, remember that Elder Scrolls digital card game? It’s called Elder Scrolls Legends, and it’s about “a hero who changed the very course of history.” With trading cards. It’s in beta right now, and you can sign up on the game’s site.
With Doom successfully reanimated, next in line for id is Quake, with Bethesda showing off a new game a E3 today called Quake Champions.