Our latest TwitchWorks feature has us going in to Cyrodiil as we venture through The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. We felt so inspired by the few mods we played around with in Skyrim that we wanted to check out what was offered for Oblivion.
Meet outside of the Imperial Prison Sewers and journey with us on Twitch.TV/Bethesda starting at 4pm EST this Friday (11/14).
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Cakes, colors, and costumes – we’ve got them all here. We’ve scoured the internet near and far to collect and share all of the incredible arts we’ve seen over the past few weeks.
You can share your creativity with us by using hashtag #BethesdArt or by sending us an email to [email protected].
It’s starting to get into the holiday season, which means you’re going to need extra points put in to your S.P.E.C.I.A.L. to deal with potential shopping chaos. Satisfy those skills with November’s Vault Boy of the Month shirt, Intense Training!
Head on over to the Bethesda Store to grab one before they’re gone next week.
It just wouldn’t be a Halloween post if we didn’t have the annual sharing of office costumes
. Take a look at the great outfits from our both Rockville HQ and id’s office in Dallas!
Have you gutted your orange globe yet and carved it up? We’ve been seeing some wonderful jack-o-lanterns this Halloween season ranging from Skyrim to Dishonored to The Evil Within. Send us your costumes, artwork and orange scary squash and we’ll add them to the post.
Happy Halloween… have a great weekend!
Tomorrow we’re getting getting into the spirit (and perhaps costumes, too) for a Halloween edition of Bethesda Twitchworks — with plenty of tricks and treats (read: cool swag) to give away!
To kick off our Halloween party, we’ll start by mingling with vampires and werewolves in Skyrim’s first add-on, Dawnguard. Moving on from that, we will hobnob in Dishonored with the most prestigious resident of Dunwall at the annual masquerade party held at the Boyle Mansion.
We descend from elegance to grotesque as we check on our favorite ghouls residing in the Capital Wasteland’s Dunwich Building & and the blood-covered bosses from The Evil Within.
Tune in for our spooktacular Halloween feature this Friday (10/31) at 4pm EDT on Twitch.TV/Bethesda.
If you fire up The Evil Within today, you will notice the game will patch automatically with a new game update.
With the update, players with high-end PCs will be able to go in to their settings and toggle between running the game with a 30 FPS cap or a 60 FPS cap. Additionally, players will be able to disable the letterbox “black bars” in the game settings — allowing you to maximize your screen’s real estate.
Full changelog below…
- Frame lock settings added
- In settings, you can now toggle between a 30 FPS and 60 FPS cap.
- Letterbox setting
- UI toggle to disable the letterbox bars
- Fixes gameplay issues when running at >30 FPS
- Fixes for visual issues associated with removing letterbox framing
- Achievements now work when console is enabled
- Fix for game starting in windowed mode on first run
- Minor localization fixes
The Evil Within is in no short supply of terrifying creatures, but the one most likely to haunt your nightmares is Laura. Adam Sessler continues “The Creatures Within” conversation with Shinji Mikami and concept artist, Ikumi Nakamura as they delve into the depths of Laura’s origin.
See what you may have missed! Exploring The Evil Within with Adam Sessler continues in our playlist below.
For this week’s “The Creatures Within”, Adam Sessler sits down with Shinji Mikami and concept artist Ikumi Nakamura to discuss The Evil Within‘s chainsaw-wielding manaic, The Sadist.
Revisit the experiences of Adam Sessler exploring The Evil Within — including last week’s look at The Keeper — by visiting our YouTube channel, or watching the whole series in our playlist below…
This Saturday (October 25th) marks the 6th annual Extra Life gaming marathon for charity. Each year, gamers all over the world unite for a 24 hour period (or whatever they may choose) to support and donate to children’s hospitals to help sick kids.
We have long supported the event, but this year’s we’ve created our very own Extra Life page. Our streaming will begin on October 25th at 12 am EDT on our Twitch Channel as we support our area hospital, Children’s National in Washington D.C.
Our page is currently a work in progress* throughout the week as we build up to the event, but stay tuned for information on games, guests, and prizes as we get closer to the weekend.
You can donate or join us at Bethesda’s Extra Life page. For more ways to contribute, visit extra-life.org.
*Schedule and games played subject to change
Does the soundtrack of your life need a little more intensity? Madness? On the heels of last week’s release of The Evil Within, evil can now take hold of your music library.
The Evil Within Original Game Soundtrack features 18 iconic tracks from the game, which is more than enough to build the tension between playthroughs of the game, or add atmosphere to your Halloween party.
Download The Evil Within Soundtrack on iTunes