Last week we introduced our newest developer commentary for Wolfenstein: The New Order on our Twitch stream. Now, for your viewing pleasure, see the exciting in depth footage of the Gibraltar Bridge in high definition with narration from MachineGames’ senior gameplay designer, Andreas Öjerfors.
If you missed our first commentary video, you can catch it in episode 2 of our Bethesda Twitchworks variety show.
This week we’re proud to present a new Wolfenstein developer commentary courtesy of senior gameplay designer, Andreas Öjerfors and team at Machinegames. Andreas takes us on an intimate journey through the development of Chapter 12, the Gibraltar bridge.
Following the commentary we’ll be taking it back to a classic time, a Wolfenstein 3D time to see just how far we can get through the game. Be sure to tune in for this nostalgic and informative Wolfenstein adventure — you could even win a copy of “The Art of Wolfenstein: The New Order“!
All of the fun begins at 4pm EDT this Friday (September 19th) on Twitch.tv/Bethesda.
And to see the whole developer commentary in high definition, you can catch see it below the break.
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Those empty spots on your bobblehead stand collecting dust? Well wait no longer! Series two of Vault-Tec bobbleheads from Gaming Heads is on the way. Available individually or as a set, series two picks up where series one left off with the addition of:
Build up those skills and statistics by pre-ordering from store.bethsoft.com or gamingheads.com and securing your favorite bobblehead(s).
Exciting news for our fans in Australia! We’ve partnered with Warner Bros. Movie World on the Gold Coast, Australia to bring you a special real-life experience inspired by The Evil Within!
Currently in production for their signature ‘Fright Nights’ event held throughout October, the maze includes real-life characters from the game and is sure to be a test of nerves for anyone brave enough to enter.
For those that can’t get to the Gold Coast during October, a teaser version of the maze will also be at EB EXPO in Sydney October 3 to 5 on the Bethesda booth along with the game!
Below we have some of the first images to emerge from the maze. Good luck Aussies!
The Evil Within aptly haunts the cover of Game Informer’s Horror issue. The magazine’s executive editor, Andrew Reiner recently played through the first few chilling hours of the game and has recounted his experience for you in the October’s edition. Check out eight pages of gruesome new details on the game, as well as never-before seen screenshots. No Tricks, Just Treats.
The digital version of Game Informer is available now, and you can pick up the issue starting this week at your local GameStop. Throughout the month, look for new updates on the game at GameInformer.com.
Video courtesy of Roberto Blake
We’re coming out of a busy convention weekend featuring PAX Prime, DragonCon, and FanExpo, and that means lots of creative and wonderful cosplay.
Taking the lead in all cosplays would have to be the incredible Skyrim work done by Sedulous Studios for DragonCon. They created a full size Alduin to complement the rest of the their Skyrim troupe (See video blog above).
Artistry also takes over and invades our offices! Nia Watkins was kind enough to send Harvey and co at Arkane a handmade Outsider. He now sits proudly in the lobby welcoming all that enter Arkane Lyon.
See all the new artwork, stitches, suits of armor, and more in our gallery below. See yours next time by sending email@example.com an email or by using #BethesdArt when you post on your channels.
Time to give your Xbox or PlayStation dashboard a taste of the terror that awaits this October.
On both Xbox 360 and Xbox One, your avatar can get in the spirit of Halloween and dress up as one of the The Evil Within’s iconic characters — options include “The Keeper” (complete with his terrifying hammer), main protagonist Sebastian Castellanos, Ruvik, or the Beacon Hill nurse, Tatiana.
In addition to characters there’s an array of weapons, traps, and shirts you can purchase on the Avatar Store. Show off your excitement for The Evil Within and to get into the Halloween spirit! Note: If you’re on Xbox One, you can still update your avatar if you purchase avatar content through Xbox.com.
And beginning this week on PSN, you can purchase a new dynamic theme featuring The Evil Within for your PlayStation 3. See it in action here.
Following last week’s reveal of Dishonored’s “The Dunwall Archives” art book, this week we’re featuring another fine art book from Dark Horse, “The Art of the Evil Within”. Sure to excite any fan of Shinji Mikami or just horror fans in general, “The Art of the Evil Within” features concept art, developer notes, and designs featured in game.
Packed with 184 pages of incredible and spine-tingling artwork and features, the hardcover book releases this October to accompany the game’s launch.
Get a glimpse of the book in the pages below.
Steam is giving you an easy way to practice all those stealth techniques. From now until 1pm PDT Sunday, you can take control of Corvo Attano for free. In addition to the complimentary run of the game, Steam is offering Dishonored at a 75% off discounted rate and DLC at 50% off.
Don’t Blink or you could miss it! Visit store.steampowered.com to see for yourself.
Tamriel is growing, as is the amount of adventurers traversing the lands, but that doesn’t mean that recognition shouldn’t be given to the players that have been in The Elder Scrolls Online since the beginning.
September introduces the Elder Scrolls Online subscriber loyalty program. Paid accounts that have been subscribed for three months will receive the Ice Wraith vanity pet that will follow you on your journey.
Keep checking elderscrollsonline.com to find out about future rewards and continuing news on the growth of Tamriel.