Wolfenstein: The New Order doesn’t release until next year, but there’s plenty of new coverage worth checking out courtesy of Gamescom and PAX Prime.
Starting with VG247, watch a new Gamescom interview with creative director Jens Matthies.
GamesRadar — “Based on today’s playthrough, The New Order could be the most genuine, most satisfying follow-up the original games have ever had. It looks, sounds and feels completely modern, but the staunch dedication to creating fast, smooth, brutal fun on a moment-to-moment basis resurrects Wolfenstein’s spirit as efficiently as its occult Nazis resurrect their own dead.”
Xbox 360 Achievements – “A barnstorming demo, MachineGames has left us in no doubt that Wolfenstein: The New Order is a hot prospect, controlling like a dream and boasting a number of memorable story beats…”
The Gamers Hub — ” Not only was this my game of Gamescom 2013, I honestly cannot wait to hear, see and play more of this promising title.”
AusGamers — “… The New Order is definitely hitting all the right notes.”
IGN — Greg Miller joins PAX attendee Gavin Brown to share impressions from playing early sections of the game. Find out what they think.
The Sixth Axis — “This is a game which knowingly calls back to the old school of thinking, and it’s something which is just rammed home as soon as you discover that you can dual wield machine guns. It’s ridiculous, and absolutely fantastic.”
Destructoid — Jim Sterling & Jordan Devore explain why they’re taken by the gameplay.
As announced this summer, Wolfenstein: The New Order releases next year. Stay tuned for updates
Are you lucky enough to be going to this year’s sold-out Eurogamer Expo? If so, we’ll see you there!
This year our lineup will include The Elder Scrolls Online and Wolfenstein: The New Order — both playable for the first time in the UK. Additionally, prepare to be terrified by a special gameplay presentation for The Evil Within in the Expo’s main auditorium. The fun starts at 5 PMpm BST on September 26th.
Can’t make it to Earl’s Court for the Expo? Don’t worry… we’re not going to let tickets or the Atlantic Ocean keep you from seeing Shinji Mikami’s newest game in action. Eurogamer will stream The Evil Within developer session through their YouTube channel! Set your alarms for 5 PM BST/12 PM EST/6 PM CET on September 26th to witness the return of survival horror.
If you’re going to the Expo get in contact and let us know on Twitter using the #EGX and #BringBackHorror hashtag.
This year’s Eurogamer Expo takes place September 26th – 29th this month. For more information check out their website http://www.eurogamerexpo.com/
Year in and year out, PAX is always a crazy-fun time, but a lot of work goes into making it happen. Thanks to our AV guys at iGad Productions
, we have a time-lapse video covering the booth’s setup and the show’s first day.
To everyone that made the booth possible – iGad, Purepartner, IES, our Events/IT/PR/Dev teams, and everyone else involved – thank you!
Celebrate the Elder Scrolls today with the release of The Elder Scrolls Anthology — available today on PC in North America for $79.99 (and $89.99 in Canada). The same package will be available in European territories this Friday for €59.99 / £49.99 / $89.99 AUD.
Specific to US residents, those that purchase this week at Amazon.com, BestBuy.com, or Walmart.com will receive a $10 gift card/credit.
In case you missed our announcement post, this premium box set (shown above) includes all five main games from the series – Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind Game of the Year, Oblivion Game of the Year, and Skyrim Legendary Edition – as well all the official add-ons and expansions.
And with today’s release, feel free to vote for your favorite Elder Scrolls game in the poll to the right, and share any of your favorite memories from the series in the comments section.
Lucky you. The 7th ESO “Ask Us Anything” Variety Pack is up at ElderScrollsOnline.com. Questions cover PvP, achievements, guilds, and more. Here’s a sampling…
Can you explain the guild stores a bit more? Do I have to be a member of a guild to buy from it or is it a public store in which a guild of crafters and merchants offer their products? Will I be able to set my own prices or would this be regulated by the guild leaders? – By John Connor
You will need to be a member of a guild to use its guild store; right now, there isn’t a public storefront for them. If you have permission (configurable by the guild leader) to sell items on the guild store, you’ll be able to set your own prices.
Visit ElderScrollsOnline.com to see more questions the ESO team was sent back in time to answer.
Normally you expect to find Draugrs lurking in dungeons and tombs of Skyrim. This weekend a pair made their way across the country.
Skyrim fans Bill & Brittany Doran made their annual trip to Atlanta’s Dragoncon dressed as a pair of Draugr Deathlords. Taking advantage of the long weekend. we were fortunate to also see them on the final day of PAX Prime in Seattle. They posed for [many] pics, checked out The Elder Scrolls Online, and were nice enough to talk to everyone about their costumes.
Be sure to check out Bill’s blog, Punished Props, for an extensive look at the countless hours spent creating the Draugrs’ weapons, armor, and body suits. And as a bonus, see the costumes in action in the video below.
, the same folks behind our Dragonborn statue for Skyrim
, have released two new items for DOOM — the Cacodemon and Pain Elemental plushies. Both can be purchased for $15 via GamingHeads.com
or on our store in the DOOM section
Need a refresher on these DOOM baddies — read up on both on the DOOM Wikia page.
Oh, and did we mention they’re perfect for office hoops?
Visit ElderScrollsOnline.com for the latest community highlights, including…
… a couple days early, we have the September Vault Boy Tee of the Month, the Cannibal Perk tee, available at store.bethsoft.com. Purchase the shirt between today and September 13th.
Nominees for the 31st Annual Golden Joysticks were announced this morning, and we’re excited to share that both Dishonored and The Elder Scrolls Online were nominated by gaming’s longest-running award show.
Dishonored racked up an impressive five nominations, including Game of the Year, Best Newcomer, Best Storytelling, and Best Visual Design. Additionally, the Lady Boyle mission was nominated in the Best Gaming Moment Category.
Meanwhile, the ‘Most Wanted’ category for games on the horizon includes The Elder Scrolls Online.
To vote for these games (and your other favorites), visit http://www.computerandvideogames.com/joystick/.