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Bethesda Celebrates 25 Years of Elder Scrolls with a Morrowind Giveaway


Bethesda is celebrating 25 years of The Elder Scrolls today. On this day back in 1994, Bethesda released the first Elder Scrolls title called The Elder Scrolls: Arena for DOS. And while it's not that easy to play the original Elder Scrolls on modern machines, you should still be able to play The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

It's probably a good thing that FOR TODAY ONLY (March 25, 2019), you can get a free copy of Morrowind to keep forever and ever for the life of the Bethesda.net Launcher. Here is how you can snag your free copy of Morrowind, plus some other freebies. Do...
 

Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2 Announced, Pre-orders Available Now


After multiple weeks and a few months of teases, including a long running ARG surrounding a dating app called Tinder, we now have an official announcement of Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines 2. Paradox Interactive made the big reveal just moments ago via a GDC party. The party was "supposed" to be for a new Tinder reveal but thanks to some unintentionally cheesy live-action role playing, it turned out to be a big reveal for Bloodlines 2.

This is a direct sequel to the previous title that came out back in 2004 on the very same day that Half-Life 2 was released....
 

Valve Finally Shows Off New Steam UI Overhaul

An update to the Steam user interface and library has been in the works at Valve for years now. Today, the company finally feels comfortable enough to show off their Steam UI overhaul and did just that during a presentation at GDC 2019. I'd like to first thank Game Informer and PC Gamer (and again) for a lot of the information and screenshots you'll see below.

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First up, let's talk about the changes coming to how your Library will look and function with this new update. The Friends list is now integrated into a column on the right side. No idea if this is an optional...
 

Nintendo Embraces Indie - Cuphead, Darkwood, a Dancing Zelda, and More Revealed Today for Switch


Are you ready for the invasion of the Indies on the Nintendo Switch? Earlier today, a new Nindies Showcase for Spring 2019 outlined a good number of independent developed titles that are coming soon to the portable console otherwise known as the Switch.

Some of the highlights in today's announcement include Cuphead from Studio MDHR. This one will be out on April 18. In addition, Cadence of Hyrule - Crypt of the NecroDancer Featuring the Legend of Zelda was also announced today. This rhythm-action title takes its catchy tunes to Hyrule and features playable Link and Princess...
 

The Outer Worlds, Remedy's Control, Detroit: Become Human, and More Announced as Epic Games Store Timed Exclusives


As part of today's GDC presentation, Epic Games announced a number of timed exclusives that are coming first to the Epic Games Store. Among these games are The Outer Worlds, Control from Remedy Entertainment, and even some PlayStation 4 exclusives like Detroit: Become Human from Quantic Dream.

Some of these titles, such as The Outer Worlds, will also appear on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10. I guess this just lends more confirmation that Epic is less about purchasing exclusives and more about simply paying companies to keep their games off of Steam. Consumers should not...
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  • No Man's Sky Getting VR Support in Beyond Update

    No Man's Sky Getting VR Support in Beyond Update


    About two weeks back, the "Beyond" update for No Man's Sky was announced. At that time, we knew only a fraction of the content that the team at Hello Games is including in this update slated for release this Summer. Today, a bit more of their plans were revealed when the team announced that VR support is being added to the game as part of Beyond.

    This VR support will be added to the PlayStation and PC versions of the game. PlayStation VR will obviously be the go to for PlayStation 4 owners, while PC owners will have their choice of Vive or Rift. I suppose that technically,...
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  • Bethesda Announces Rage 2, Fallout 76, DOOM Eternal, and Two Wolfenstein Games Coming to Steam


    Whatever color "extra surprised" may be, go ahead and color me that. Today, Bethesda announced that games we all believed to be exclusive to the Bethesda.net Launcher will also be arriving on Steam!

    The studio announced earlier today that we will see the following games appearing on Steam in addition to the Bethesda.net Launcher.
    • RAGE 2
    • Wolfenstein: Youngblood
    • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot
    • DOOM Eternal
    • Fallout 76
    The tweet comes up just shy of saying that these games (save for Fallout 76) will be released day and date on both Steam and the Bethesda.net Launcher,...
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  • Liu Kang, Kung Lao, and Others Revealed in Mortal Kombat 11 'Old Skool vs. New Skool' Trailer


    You want more reveals for Mortal Kombat 11? You got it!

    This weekend, we got a look at Noob Saibot and Shang Tsung. In the days before that, we were shown Kotal Kahn and Jacqui Briggs in action. Now today, we are being shown the "Old Skool vs. New Skool" trailer for Mortal Kombat 11 that brings to light some of the fan favorites from the long history of the Mortal Kombat franchise.

    These fan favorites include the return of Liu Kang, Kung Lao, and Jax. But how? Time travel. The answer is time travel.



    Mortal Kombat 11 is slated...
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  • Outward's Fourth and Final Dev Diary Showcases Multiplayer Co-op Gameplay

    Outward's Fourth and Final Dev Diary Showcases Multiplayer Co-op Gameplay


    Tomorrow, March 26, the fantasy themed survival RPG Outward will be released on PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Today, the fourth and final developer diary video was released. This particular video shines a light on the multiplayer and co-op aspect of the game.

    Outward is developed by Nine Dots and is published by Deep Silver. It's billed as "hardcore RPG that tempers fantasy elements with realism." ...
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  • The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Zone Trailer and Prologue Content Now Playable


    In today's ongoing celebration of 25 years of Elder Scrolls, The Elder Scrolls Online has a couple of new things for fans today. First is a new trailer showing off the Elsweyr region from the upcoming expansion of the same name. Secondly, some prologue content leading into the new expansion is also available today for players to dive into.

    You can find the quick glance info below or read the full news post at the ESO website. Early Access for the full Elsweyr expansion begins May 20 with the release date set for June 4. ...
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  • Bethesda Celebrates 25 Years of Elder Scrolls with a Morrowind Giveaway

    Bethesda Celebrates 25 Years of Elder Scrolls with a Morrowind Giveaway


    Bethesda is celebrating 25 years of The Elder Scrolls today. On this day back in 1994, Bethesda released the first Elder Scrolls title called The Elder Scrolls: Arena for DOS. And while it's not that easy to play the original Elder Scrolls on modern machines, you should still be able to play The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind.

    It's probably a good thing that FOR TODAY ONLY (March 25, 2019), you can get a free copy of Morrowind to keep forever and ever for the life of the Bethesda.net Launcher. Here is how you can snag your free copy of Morrowind, plus some other freebies. Do...
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  • Mortal Kombat 11 Adds Noob Saibot, Plus Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa Reprises Role as Shang Tsung


    Two additional characters were revealed this past week for Mortal Kombat 11. These are in addition to the other two, Jacqui Briggs and Kotal Kahn, which were revealed a few days ago as well. This weekend's latest additions include the return of Noob Saibot and none other than Shang Tsung.

    Noob Saibot is being added as a regular roster character and is included with the base game. Shang Tsung, on the other hand, will be the first DLC character added to the game after its launch. However, there are a few other cool tidbits of info when it comes to Shang Tsung.

    First...
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  • Arin 'Egoraptor' Hanson to Deliver PAX East 2019 Keynote

    Arin 'Egoraptor' Hanson to Deliver PAX East 2019 Keynote


    Arin Hanson, otherwise known as "Egoraptor" from his online animation days, will deliver the opening "Storytime" keynote for PAX East 2019. PAX East runs from March 28-31 at the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center in Boston, MA.

    Hanson is a known voice actor, animator, and is the co-host and co-founder of Game Grumps, a popular YouTube channel in which he and Dan Avidan (Ninja Sex Party) play a bunch of games while chatting about pretty much anything that comes to mind. Game Grumps currently has over 5 million subscribers on YouTube. The two have done...
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  • Classic RTS S.W.I.N.E. is Getting an HD Remaster for PC, Coming this Spring


    The classic real-time strategy title, S.W.I.N.E., is getting an HD remaster for the PC. The new release is now appropriately called S.W.I.N.E. HD Remaster, and is targeting a release this Spring.

    The original game was released back in 2001 by StormRegion. The HD Remaster is being worked on by Kite Games, the same team behind Sudden Strike 4. If you desire, you can already add the game to your Steam wishlist.

    True to most modern HD remasters, this release will feature 16:9 support, better textures, anti-aliasing support, v-sync, screen selection, and a full-screen...
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  • Is VR going to change gambling?

    Is VR going to change gambling?


    VR technology has been quite a hot topic in the past couple of years. It went from a thing that you would think as a part of a cyberpunk movie to something you can buy at the price of an XBox.

    How is it changing the world of gambling today? Let’s find that out!

    How VR changed gaming
    Now, VR hasn’t made its big appearance in gambling just yet. The industry as a whole seems to be a year past the tip of technology, to be honest. So since we have a bit of time before VR changes gambling for good, let’s see how it changed gaming. This will help us learn what...
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  • Battlefield V 2019 Roadmap Reveals New Map Releases and New Theater of War

    Battlefield V 2019 Roadmap Reveals New Map Releases and New Theater of War

    DICE has finally provided the roadmap for Battlefield V through Fall 2019. Included in this roadmap are mentions of new maps, which look to begin in May, and a new theater of war. Given the name of the new theater, Awakening the Giant, slated for Fall 2019, is the upcoming theater of war.

    Given the title of that new theater, I think it's safe to say that they're referencing the United States. This is based off of the famous quote from Japanese Admiral Isoroku Yamamoto in reference to the United States following the attack on Pearl Harbor by Japan.



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