Get Pysched! Beginning this week, you can pre-order your copy of Wolfenstein: The New Order on Steam. As already noted, pre-ordering the game will get you access to the our Beta for the next DOOM game! In addition, Steam pre-orders will also land you two Team Fortress 2 items — the Die Regime-Panzerung armor and Der Maschinensoldaten-Helm helmet.
Breaking news just came through the wire. Or maybe it didn’t because it got stuck on the wire. Ouch!
In other ESO news, check out these stories…
- A new feature at CNN compares the zeitgeist that is Game of Thrones with The Elder Scrolls franchise in numerous ways. Don’t worry, we won’t spoil how.
- Following last week’s video feature on ESO’s first Adventure Zone, Craglorn, the game’s official website features a new ‘Ask Us Anything’ with your questions on the upcoming content.
- The release of ESO has inspired even more community creations. See the newest fan art and more in the latest edition of The Tamriel Chronicle.
See you in Tamriel!
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.
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…
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.
1960. There is no more war. The Nazis control the globe and hope is lost.
But not for everyone. A resourceful team of resistance fighters, led by B.J. Blazkowicz, are fighting back against the Reich forces led by Colonel Deathshead. Learn more about their movement in this all-new gameplay trailer, “Nowhere to Run”.
As a reminder, Wolfenstein: The New Order hits PS4, PS3, Xbox One, Xbox 360, and PC on Tuesday, May 20th. Pre-ordering the game will get you access in to our Beta program for the next DOOM game, and if you happen to be in Boston this weekend for PAX East, don’t forget to checkout our booth and community event for a chance to play the game.
Discover our first Adventure Zone in this video sneak peek.
The constellations have disappeared. Ancient Yokudan warriors and deadly atronachs menace the rocky expanse of Craglorn. The first Adventure Zone for The Elder Scrolls Online introduces an intriguing new storyline and challenging content for groups, from four-player quests and exploration up to the new 12-player Trials. Check out this video to learn more and see what’s coming for you and your staunchest allies:
Check out the album below to see the most up-to-date fan artwork! Don’t forget, you can send your photos, models, mods, illustrations, or any of your works to email@example.com or @BethBlog on Twitter with #BethesdArt.