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.
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.
Join us Friday on Twitch as we continue our weeklong celebration of The Evil Within’s launch. This time around, we’ll venture into later areas of the game with Detective Castellanos as we take on the terrifying Haunted and other creatures that await us.
Join us tomorrow at our usual 4pm EDT timeslot on Twitch.tv/Bethesda. Meanwhile, you can catch up on our previous Twitch streams in the YouTube playlist below.
Join us tomorrow on Twitch.tv/Bethesda as we celebrate the release for The Evil Within. We’re just as excited as you and wanted to kick off today with a congratulatory Twitch stream. We’re heading through chapters one thru three in what’s sure to be filled with screams, cheers, and all around horror that only Shinji Mikami could guarantee.
Tune in tomorrow at 1:00PM at Twitch.tv/Bethesda as we welcome the launch of The Evil Within.
It’s officially October, and with that comes Halloween! While we’re still a ways off from the 31st, our first October stream kicks off with some sci-fi horror to build atmosphere and get us in the spirit (no pun intended).
September 30th marked the 20th anniversary of DOOM II’s release date, so this week we will be going taking the DOOM Marine on a journey through Hell on Earth. After that, we’ll head back to Mars for a look at DOOM 3 BFG Edition.
Throughout the stream be on a lookout for our trivia. We’ll be giving away two limited edition numbered prints and an accompanying DOOM marine plush.
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“!
We’d like to say that Pete Hines is our fearless leader, but when it comes to survival horror games, it probably apt to call him our fearful leader. And for that reason, we thought he’d be the perfect first guest for Bethesda Twitchworks to play The Evil Within. In the dark.
So how will he do? Tune in at 4pm EDT to Twitch.tv/Bethesda to witness the fate of Detective Castellanos & Mr. Hines as they explore The Evil Within.
Admittedly, Gstaff and I aren’t MMO experts, so what better way to trial and error than with your help? We are open to suggestions about every aspect of the path our character will take including race, gender, play style… well, you get the idea.
In addition to our Tamriel venture, we will be featuring developer commentary from Jens Matthies and Jerk Gustafsson during their playthrough of their game, Wolfenstein: The New Order. Get inside knowledge from the mouths of the devs themselves as they play Chapter 1 (and much more successfully than we did last time).
During the stream, we will give you a few opportunities to win some cool things including a signed PlayStation 4 copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order. Tune in to Twitch.tv/Bethesda this Friday at 4pm EDT to make sure you don’t miss all the fun!
Since last year, we’ve dabbled w/ Twitch – for gameplay livestreams and QuakeCon presentations for our games, but now we’re ready to try something new – beginning with our first episode of a regularly scheduled “variety show”.
Starting this Friday at 4pm (EDT for us East Coasters), we’ll be torturing ourselves for everyone to see via Wolfenstein: The New Order’s “Ironman Mode”. For those of you who aren’t familiar, “Ironman Mode” starts you off on UBER difficulty with one –and only one life, and if you die you have to completely start over.
Once we’re done being punished, we’ll be taking your questions and making small talk in the Twitch chatroom. Tune in and see what happens by watching below or by visiting Twitch.tv/Bethesda.
Have suggestions for what you’d like to see on the show (no, we’re not announcing new games) – we’d love to hear your feedback via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by tweeting us with #BethesdaTwitchWorks in the message.
… as you wait for Wolfenstein’s midnight launch, we wanted to share some last-minute videos worth checking out.
In our third and final Twitch stream, watch as we make our way through the London Nautica level — a middle chapter from the game. In addition to seeing yours truly get torn apart by the enemy, we also answer fan questions and explain the game’s Enigma Codes — secret documents used to unlock new gameplay modes. Note: With several cutscenes included, you may run into some spoilers.