Many people were excited to have hands-on experience with Wolfenstein: The New Order. For those of you that were not able to attend PAX East (or for those of you that just want more), we’ve rounded up some of the news that came out of playthroughs of Wolfenstein: The New Order.
We continued PAX into the night with our Neumond Recordings Pop Muzik Showcase community event. Check out what the Boston Business Journal had to say about our PAX East party. You can read the Wall Street Journal’s overview of Neumond Recordings in case you missed the latest buzz.
Wolfenstein wasn’t the only game coverage available at PAX East. Our terrifyingly awesome gameplay presentation of The Evil Within left everyone screaming for more! The Nerdist and GameSpot offer all the inside knowledge of what went on behind the closed doors of our dark theater.
Finally to celebrate the success of our PAX East 2014 adventure, we’ve released new screenshots which can be viewed in the album below.
Breaking news just came through the wire. Or maybe it didn’t because it got stuck on the wire. Ouch!
PAX East seemed like a whirlwind this year! We laughed (a lot). We cried (not really). Most of all we had fun with everyone who visited the booth and those that came to our Wolfenstein community event — a Pop Muzik Showcase brought to you by your faux-vorite record label, Neumond Recordings.
We were happy to see so many of you having a great time — whether it was playing Wolfenstein: The New Order, dancing to the German music of the party, or watching The Evil Within gameplay presentation. Below are some of our favorite highlights spanning the course of the PAX three days.
If there are any photos of your PAX experience you’d like us to share, send them over to us on Facebook, Twitter, or email them to us: email@example.com.
We’re minutes away from the start of PAX East! If you’re in Boston, stop by booth #912 (you can’t miss it as you enter the expo hall). At our booth, you can go hands on with Wolfenstein: The New Order and see The Evil Within in our private theater.
Some other things worth checking out…
Let evil take hold of you with our photo booth for The Evil Within.
Come stop by our merch store !
Not at PAX, take advantage of savings during store.bethsoft.com’s PAX East sale!
Don’t forget to check out tomorrow night’s community event for PAX East. Every attendee will score one of these awesome 45s from Neumond Recordings.
Stay tuned for more PAX East updates, and be sure to follow our social media accounts as we’ll be posting cosplay, previews, and a whole lot more!
In time for PAX East, watch our newest gameplay trailer
for The Evil Within. The terrifying new trailer shows never-before-seen gameplay and gives a first look at Sebastian’s confrontation with Boxman.
If you’re coming to Boston this weekend, we will be showing the Boxman battle and more in presentations at the Bethesda Booth. Be sure to stop by our booth and check out the live gameplay presentation, and if you happen to dress up in The Evil Within cosplay, we’ll reward you with a spot in the front of the line.
It’s the weekend, which means we’re in the midst of the latest beta session for The Elder Scrolls Online! If you have a beta code, be sure to join the fun. And if you can’t make it this time around, you can catch up on all the notable gameplay streams throughout the ESO community.
So what else is worth checking out this weekend? Here’s some highlights from the past week…
- Our friends at Shortlist have put together one of the tougher Fallout 3 quizzes we’ve ever seen. Share with us your high score in the comments below.
- Pete Hines recently took time to discuss our 2014 lineup — The Elder Scrolls Online, Wolfenstein, and The Evil Within — in new interviews with both CVG and 3News.
- Preparing for The Evil Within this August? A new feature at Gamespot readies you for the return of survival horror with classic games and films that will condition your mind for Shinji Mikami’s newest (and most twisted) game.
- We’ve got even more previews for Wolfenstein: The New Order — with the latest coming from 411Mania, IGN AU, Gamespot, and Nerd Reactor.
That’s all for now. See you in beta!
From developing the SNES adaptation of Aladdin to a whole new world — Shinji Mikami became the king of survival horror. During your weekend, head to Polygon and read Matt Leone’s feature, “Shinji Mikami and the Fountain of Youth”. The article chronicles his career and focuses on the youth movement he believes is important for the success of Tango Gameworks and the games they develop.
As announced last week, Mikami’s latest game, The Evil Within, releases this summer on August 26th in North America and across Europe on August 29th
Read “Shinji Mikami and the Fountain of Youth” and read others stories from around the web…
That’s all for now. Enjoy your weekend!
We’ve got a little red on us to this Valentine’s Day thanks to Laura from The Evil Within. Isn’t she just to die for? Don’t let your Valentine squeeze the life out of you.
Have a “I’d take your arrow to my knee” Skyrim valentine? Maybe a Dishonored “Blink into my heart”? Exchange your valentines with us by linking them in a comment below or by sending them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Evil Within emerges onto to shelves August 26th, 2014 as announced earlier today.
Here’s wishing you a very Happy Valentine’s Day.
Announced today, we’re happy to share news that The Evil Within, the new survival horror game from Tango Gameworks (led by Resident Evil’s Shinji Mikami) will release on Tuesday, August 26th in North America and three days later (August 29th) in Europe.
To celebrate the occasion, for the first time we’re showcasing the game’s final packaging in the Vine above.
We’ve got much more coming on The Evil Within. Discuss the game in our forums and be on the lookout for news and updates on our Facebook, Tumblr, Instagram, and Twitter accounts.
We’re back with another web roundup.
The Elder Scrolls Online launches on PC/Mac two months from today, and today at elderscrollsonline.com, you can get details on the latest wave of invites for the game’s closed beta. And if you still haven’t gotten in yet, don’t worry, we’ll be sending out even more invites leading up to the game’s release.
Can’t wait to get into beta? Beginning this week, our friends at Curse will be giving away beta keys. Visit their site and follow them on Twitter.
Elsewhere around the web…
Finally, if you’re in the Dallas area and interested in providing feedback on future Bethesda titles, check out our new Temporary Play Tester position. You can apply for that job and others at jobs.zenimax.com!