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Entries in Bethesda (22)

Thursday
Jun132019

Tesla cars will get Bethesda’s ‘Fallout Shelter’ and the YouTube app

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While it is still illegal and dangerous to play games on the massive touchscreen infotainment system of Tesla cars, that isn’t stopping the company from adding more distractions/fun activities to do. Fallout Shelter and the YouTube app are coming to Tesla vehicles. Tesla CEO Elon Musk made the announcement during a live chat with Bethesda Game Studios Director Todd Howard during Geoff Keighley’s E3 Coliseum event. The game will join indie platformer Cuphead on Tesla’s cars. At the event, they also showed off a demo of Beach Buggy Racing 2 where you can use the steering wheel of your car to steer your in-game vehicle. Now, let’s just hope we get far along with self-driving tech that the drivers can actually take advantage of these games. For now, it’s best to leave it to your passenger to play.

Source: The Verge

Monday
Jun102019

Arkane previews new game ‘Deathloop’

“If at first you don’t succeed… die, die again.” This rather witty catchphrase comes from a new game being developed by the studio behind the Dishonored series and Prey. Arkane showed off the trailer for Deathloop at Bethesda’s E3 press conference. It follows two assassins called “The Captain” and “Jules” who are locked in a constant battle trying to kill each other as well as their targets. As the title suggests, the characters are stuck in some time loop in a mysterious island called Blackreef. The trailer above gives us the feel for the game, but not much else is known beyond that. The game is being developed at Arkane’s Lyon studio and it’s expected to deliver a “mind-bending story” with “meticulously designed levels” that the studio is known for creating. We don’t have a target release date for it either, but we’re hoping to hear more soon.

Source: The Verge

Thursday
Jan032019

Bethesda settles lawsuit with Warner Bros. and Behaviour over ‘Westworld’ game

Bethesda Softworks has settled a lawsuit against Warner Bros. and developer Behaviour Interactive over a Westworld base-building game, which Bethesda alleges was a ripoff of its Fallout Shelter game. The company filed a lawsuit for copyright infringement, breach of contract, and unfair competition back in June 2018. Bethesda released a brief statement claiming they’ve reached an “amicable” agreement, but the company didn’t disclose the terms. The companies will bear the cost of attorney fees and the like and Bethesda dismissed its claims with prejudice, which means the same claims can’t be brought up again. Back in June, Bethesda accused Behaviour of using copyrighted code from Fallout Shelter to develop the Westworld game. That a bug found in the early version of Fallout Shelter, which Behaviour developed with Bethesda, was found in Westworld. But both Warner Bros. and Behaviour disputed this claim, saying the accusations were baseless.

Source: Gamastura + Polygon

Sunday
Dec232018

Bethesda gives ‘Fallout 76’ three free games

Bethesda is hoping to make up for all the issues that plague Fallout 76 by offering players a free copy of Fallout Classics Collection. These include Fallout 1, 2, and Tactics. It’ll be playable on the PC but the offer will be given to any player who logged into the full Fallout 76 game this year—whether you played on the PC or console. According to Bethesda, the freebie will be available in early January. While this doesn’t address the ongoing issues of the game, the developer is hoping this will appease its gamers a bit. As Engadget points out, though, one other way Bethesda can make up for things is by fixing the game and its issues.