For now, on the next-gen consoles, gamers will have to stack subscription fees.
The Elder Scrolls Online developer says free-to-play won’t work for the title.
Bethesda Softworks lampoons ESPN and one if its own characters in a viral video.
The longtime “biz guy” left the maker of Doom games after 17 years.
The newest Wolfenstein is exploring new territory for the series: story and character development like you’ve never seen.
Bethesda Softworks showcased new gameplay footage for the upcoming massively multiplayer role-playing title.
For Wolfenstein: The New Order, creative director Jens Matthies let a revisionist history and ’80s action heroes be his guide. And then he dialed everything up to 11.
Producer Masato Kimura talks about Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami’s vision for their new game, The Evil Within, and the moment everything clicked into place for him.
The horror, the horror. This will remind you a lot of Resident Evil, but its creators say they will throw in original twists.
Matt Firor, the man behind The Dark Age of Camelot, brings his love of lore to The Elder Scrolls Online and talks about how it differs from all the other fantasy MMOs.
The Elder Scrolls Online lets players roam the entire continent of Tamriel for the first time in an almost 1-to-1 translation of the franchise’s look and feel. But so far, it feel more like Elder Scrolls than it does an Elder Scrolls MMO.
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The Dues Ex creator thinks Wolfenstein: The New Order is a male power fantasy with a generic design.
Former Starbreeze developers at Machine Games are developing a fresh take on the classic first-person-shooter series.
Find out what the Daedric Prince of Schemes has in store for your soul.
The game will include all of Skyrim’s expansions for $59.99.
A longer video clip shows off some horrifying creatures.
One last 6 second clip from Bethesda reveals it will lift the veil on something new tomorrow.
Bethesda is working on something new but isn’t saying what it is.
The game publisher is knee-deep in its next major project.
Bethesda updates its popular role-playing game on Xbox 360 and PS3.
Bethesda confirms a reboot, but has no comment on Rage 2 cancellation.
Cool items include a pair of Vault 101 sneakers and a Dark Brotherhood T-shirt.
Valve’s Dota 2 is growing at a rapid pace.
Skyrim 1.9 enables players to reset their character’s maxed-out skills with the new Legendary option.
All signs are pointing to a new Wolfenstein first-person shooter coming this year from a new studio founded by former Starbreeze staffers.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim downloadable content finally hits PlayStation 3 throughout February.
Publisher/developer Bethesda struggled to get its add-on packs for Skyrim to work on PlayStation 3.
Could the Capital Wasteland soon be the setting of a new television series? Fallout publisher Bethesda has filed a trademark for a post-apocalyptic TV show.
Our 10 most read stories on GamesBeat during last year include the Ocean Marketing scandal, an educational outreach program, and Google’s Zerg Rush.
Think originality in gaming is dead? Here are five titles that prove you wrong.
Every year, the game industry creates their own geek-centric holiday cards. Here’s what arrived at the GamesBeat office this year.
The Walking Dead may be GamesBeat’s Game of the Year for 2012, but here’s the other titles our staff picked as contenders for the crown.
Raptr released its annual Raptr Report detailing the most played games of 2012, and it carries a few surprises about how gamers spent their time this year.
Forget plot, Dunwall City Trials focuses on special challenge modes.
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s new downloadable content, Dragonborn, will hit Xbox 360 in December.
Zenimax Online Studios released a developer diary this morning that shows off the game in action, and it looks a lot like an Elder Scrolls game mixed with World of Warcraft.
A new trailer is coming November 5. It could be related to the rumored Dragonborn downloadable content.
Editor’s Pick Our three different reviewers take on separate aspects of Dishonored, the stealth-action game from publisher Bethesda.
Consumer-information-tracking firm Nielsen researched customer anticipation for games this holiday and found that we just want more of the same.