We’re pleased to let you know that from May 16th until May 30th all Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas add-on packs will be discounted on the European PlayStation Network. There will be a 30% discount on all Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas individual add-on packs (with an extra 10% discount for PlayStation Plus members) and a 50% discount for fans buying all add-ons as a bundle (with an extra 20% discount for PlayStation® Plus members).
The Fallout 3 bundle includes all five add-on packs: Broken Steel, Mothership Zeta, Operation: Anchorage, Point Lookout and The Pitt.
The Fallout: New Vegasbundle includes all four add-on packs: Dead Money, Honest Hearts, Lonesome Road, Old World Blues along with two additional packs: Courier’s Stash and Gun Runners’ Arsenal.
To all the moms out there, we wish you a Happy Mother’s Day! We can’t thank you enough for the amazing things you do.
Tim from Vancouver can attest to this. For his birthday he asked his mother, Vera, to create a Skyrim cake featuring Alduin. Visit her blog, Baking Obsession, and see how she proved her Level 100 cake-making skills.
Wanted to let you know that Steam is having a sale this weekend on Workshop-supported titles. This of course includes Skyrim, which is marked down to $40.10 (33% off).
If you’re a console player of Skyrim, now is a better time than ever to check out the PC release and its amazing modding community. As noted on the BGS Twitter account last week, more than 13 million mods have been downloaded on the Skyrim Workshop. Crazy!
In a press release this morning, we announced that Dishonored, the supernatural assassin action game under development at Arkane Studios, will be available for PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, and Games for Windows in North America on October 9th, 2012 and throughout Europe on October 12th, 2012.
In the Flickr slideshow below, check out high resolution packaging for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and PC.
Visit GameInformer.com to see the latest hub update for The Elder Scrolls Online. Today’s update features a six-minute video with the game director Matt Firor. In it, Matt discusses their interactions with Bethesda Game Studios, how they came up with the game title, and more.
For a retrospective on the game, Nick and I recently sat down with John Carmack for a director’s commentary track. Watch the video above, as he discusses his memories of the game while playing the original DOS release.
Last but not least, we’ve put up two Wolfenstein items on Xbox LIVE’s Avatar Marketplace. Purchase a Wolfenstein t-shirt (male/female) for 80 Microsoft Point and the Classic B.J. Blaskowicz Mask for 160 points.
Have a favorite memory of Wolf 3D? Feel free to share it with us in the comments section.
They said we’re making Elder Scrolls Online. And I said, “Yes we are!”
The latest update to Game Informer’s month-long coverage for The Elder Scrolls Online introduces fans to the game’s creative director, Paul Sage. In a 20-minute interview, Paul shares his long-standing love for the series, Elder Scrolls touchstones you’ll see in the game, PvP gameplay, and reasons why those unlikely alliances mentioned in the trailer form.