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Fallout 76 updates promise turnaround after “well-deserved criticism”

LOS ANGELES—After what Bethesda’s Todd Howard admitted on stage was some “well-deserved criticism” at the launch of Fallout 76, Bethesda rolled out the first phase of its turnaround plan for the game at its E3 press conference tonight. That plan starts with Nuclear Winter, a 52-player Battle Royale mode that sees players fighting for the …

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YouTube will offer 10 hours of live E3 coverage on June 9th

Sponsored Links Casey Rodgers/Invision for Microsoft/AP Images YouTube is giving you a gigantic dose of E3 this year — the service will offer 10 hours of live coverage through its Gaming section on June 9th, starting at 1PM Eastern. It’ll include obvious coverage of E3 milestones like the Xbox showcase and Bethesda’s presentation, but YouTube …

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What to expect at E3 2019

Sponsored Links We’re barely a week away from the start of E3 2019 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles California! This year’s event may be missing one of its stalwarts now that Sony has announced that it will not have a presence but there will be news aplenty from the show floor. Let’s take …

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‘Rage 2’ will receive at least two paid add-ons after launch

Sponsored Links Avalanche Studios/id Software/Bethesda Just because Rage 2 is a single-player game doesn’t mean its gameplay will remain all that static. Avalanche and Bethesda have published a 2019 roadmap for the open-world shooter, and it’s evident that the developers want to treat the game almost as if it were an ever-evolving multiplayer title. There …

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Fallout 76 Repair Kits raise new “pay-to-win” concerns

Enlarge / Welcome to the Atomic Shop, where your real money can turn into cosmetic items and, soon, this one specific item that helps you win the game. Bethesda Since Fallout 76‘s release last November, the game’s “Atomic Shop” has allowed players to use in-game currency and/or real-world money solely for cosmetic items like skins, …

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