Bethesda Softworks and id Software have released the new PC update — dubbed update 1.1 — that removes Irdeto’s Denuvo tech from Doom: Eternal. Additionally, update 1.1. also fixes skin-related crashes and memory issues. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal PC Update Removes Irdeto’s Denuvo Anti-Cheat Tech”
Bethesda is looking to release Starfield as a next-gen title. Although very little is know about the space sci-fi game, we do know that a recent USK German rating display is nothing more than a glitch per Pete Hines — Bethesda’s SVP of global marketing and communications. Continue reading “Starfield Is Not Finished Despite USK Rating Glitch, As Per Pete Hines”
Bethesda Softworks and id Software released an update for Doom: Eternal last week, which “addressed” various issues, while at the same time bringing in Irdeto’s Denuvo tech. As of today, the tech will be removed when “update 1.1” releases to the public. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal Update 1.1 To Remove Irdeto’s Denuvo”
Bethesda Softworks and id Software have released a new update for Doom: Eternal, which addresses various issues, while at the same time adding Irdeto’s Denuvo tech. This information comes directly from a new Irdeto blog post. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal PC Update Adds Irdeto’s Denuvo”
With the success of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, it should come in as no surprise that a new installment in the series of games is in the works. However, news on the next high-fantasy medieval title, The Elder Scrolls VI, won’t surface anytime soon as per Pete Hines — Bethesda’s SVP of global marketing and communications. Continue reading “The Elder Scrolls VI News Is Years Away, According To Pete Hines”
Persistently trying, Bethesda Softworks and Bethesda Game Studios are still trying to spread the controversial game known as Fallout 76 to different clients. This means the game known for all its woes will be on both the Bethesda.net launcher and Steam when the Wastelander update drops on April 14th, 2020.
Continue reading “Fallout 76: Wastelanders Update And Steam Version To Release On April 14th, 2020”
Bethesda Softworks and id Software’s Doom: Eternal is out now for Stadia. Although the game is available to stream on Google’s “cloud gaming service,” it looks like Digital Foundry has found something very off-putting, and that thing is input-lag. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal On Stadia Is Plagued By Lag, According To Digital Foundry”
Doom 64 is out now, and PC folks can unearth the OG textures for the med and berserk packs as well as using cheat codes to advance in the re-release of the older game.
Continue reading “Doom 64 PC Cheats Arrive Along With Method To Uncensor Med Packs”
Bethesda Softworks has released the official launch trailer for Doom: Eternal, which teases the Icon of Sin. The upcoming first-person shooter will release for PC, PS4, and Xbox One on March 20th, 2020. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal Launch Trailer Teases The Icon Of Sin”
Bethesda Softworks will release Doom: Eternal and Doom 64 on the same day, which is March 20th, 2020. Seeing that both first-person shooters by id Software are to drop in the next ten days, some tidbits on the 64 game have surfaced covering new content and PC specs. Continue reading “Doom 64 Will Have A New Chapter, PC Specs Surface”
Bethesda Softworks and id Software will release Doom: Eternal on March 20th, 2020. However, multiple publication sites have picked up on a quick change made to the upcoming first-person shooter’s Steam page that seemingly offers an early look into its PC specs. Continue reading “Doom: Eternal PC Specs Leaked, According To Reports”
Bethesda Game Studios and Bethesda Softworks are still updating the controversial game known as Fallout 76. This means the game known for raising eyebrows will be on both the Bethesda.net launcher and Steam when the Wastelander update drops on April 7th, 2020. Continue reading “Fallout 76: Wastelanders Update And Steam Version Releases April 7th, 2020”
I know some of you are thinking, “Isn’t this piece sort of late?” Actually, no. Just recently, website VentureBeat made Dean Takahashi’s Doom: Eternal gameplay private, essentially “wiping” the footage off the web. However, this further underlines the obvious truth regarding Takahashi and developers that work with him when he can’t even get through a Cuphead or Doom: Eternal level. Continue reading “Dean Takahashi’s Abysmal Doom: Eternal Gameplay Underlines The Obvious Truth”