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Didn’t see this one coming right? Bethesda’s mobile spin-off of Fallout Fallout Shelter has sneakily made its way onto Sony’s PS4 and Nintendo’s Switch (previously it was only available on Xbox One and mobile platforms.) The news was confirmed by Bethesda’s Todd Howard, and the game is available on both systems as of right now.
In celebration of E3 and all the awesome announcements coming from Bethesda, the competitive shooter Quake Champions will be free-to-play. For this week, from June 10 to June 17, you can download the game from Steam for free- and if you do, you get to keep it forever, no strings attached. But if you miss the mark, you won’t be able to snag this opportunity.
Out of all the Battle Royale clones that exist, Battlefield V seems to be one of the only game’s introducing the mode that I’m really excited for. Why? Because the existing engine and mechanics of Battlefield just make sense when it comes to this genre.
CDKeys is running a massive promotion for Xbox One players. Get Bluehole Studios Battle Royale hit, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds and received a complimentary copy of Ubisoft’s Assassins Creed Unity for only $17.69
When Sea of Thieves launched, critics were generally unimpressed. Drawing comparisons to Hello Games’ No Man’s Sky, the majority of the blame was pinned on the game’s lack of content. Now it seems that Rare studios intends on righting some of its wrongs by releasing two new expansion packs for the game. With one expansion for the game, titled The Hungering Deep, already in the pipeline, Microsoft announced two more expansion packs for Sea of Thieves with a new trailer.
Looking to get your Elder Scrolls fix on the go? Bethesda has announced a mobile release of Elder Scrolls, dubbed The Elder Scrolls Blades, a surprisingly full-featured Elder Scrolls game for smartphone. The game features full fledged combat, questing, dungeons (some of which are procedural and some of which are hand designed), a town you can customize and build and have your friends visit, and an exciting new storyline which puts players in a secret assassins group of the Empire called the Blades. What’s more, the game can also be played in both portrait and landscape, so you’ll have it easier when smashing late night gaming sessions in bed.
During E3 this year, Microsoft revealed some plans for their flagship Battle Royale title, PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds. Following the desert map, Miramar, chicken dinner enthusiasts can expect a new map coming to the third-person shooter. This time around, players will be taken to the snowscape of Sanok.
Ok, I’m going to take a moment of silence to raise my hands up and thank the eternal gaming gods that is Bethesda and iD Software.