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 email@example.com.
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.
ZOS lets us take a look at a more sinister Tamriel that’s in The Elder Scrolls Online. Get all the details on Molag Bal’s Dark Anchors in the new edition of “Creating ESO” now on elderscrollsonline.com.
DOOM just got
bigger and badder cuter and more cuddly than ever! Following the release of the Cacodemon and Pain Elemental, GamingHeads has provided a new playmate — the DOOM Space Marine!
Order here and prepare to reenact Phobos’ greatest battles.
*GGstaff Mastermind not available for purchase!
In the spirit of Valentine’s Day week, there’s a 2K/Bethesda love-fest with today’s release two new bundles — Dishonored/Borderlands 2 & Skyrim/Bioshock Infinite. Both bundles for these award-winning games are available in North America on both Xbox 360 & PS3 for $29.99. That’s right around the cost of a dozen chocolate-covered strawberries and sure to last much longer!
Be a sweetie and order the bundles below…
- Dishonored/Borderlands 2 – PS3 or 360
- Skyrim/Bioshock Infinite – PS3 or 360
Celebrate Dogmeat and Dogmeat’s babies this month with the Puppies! Vault Boy of the Month shirt. What better way to go into the month of love than with a shirt signifying the loyalty and companionship of the Vault Dweller and man’s best friend?
Grab one for you and one for your dog (to slobber on) at store.bethsoft.com before it’s gone — next Friday! European fans can head over to bethesda.levelupwear.com to order yours.
Is your idea of Puppy Love getting the shirt for free? After the break, get rules on how you can win the shirt in our new instagram contest.
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It takes more than excellent Smithing skills to craft a statue that perfectly encaptures a Daedric Prince.
Take an inside look at the making of the Molag Bal statue that comes along with the Imperial Edition of The Elder Scrolls Online. Here’s an excerpt on what it takes to design a Daedric Prince:
Designing the God of Schemes as he appears in ESO was the first step. Our concept artists explored various ideas and silhouettes through a series of quick thumbnail sketches. We used references from previous Elder Scrolls games, including the appearance of the Mace of Molag Bal from Skyrim, to guide creation. We chose to make him huge, bestial, and sinister—a look fitting for the Daedric Prince of enslavement and domination.
To read the full article and for more information on ESO venture to www.elderscrollsonline.com
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!
Watch as ESO loremaster Lawrence Schick reveals the loot inside ESO’s Imperial Edition — available in extremely limited quantities.
To pre-order the limited edition Imperial Edition, head here.
The latest ESO ‘Ask Us Anything’ answers a variety of new questions on the game — including various questions stemming from our Imperial Edition announce. Here’s a sampling:
Do people who order the Imperial Edition gain a big gameplay advantage over those who don’t?
No. With the Imperial Edition you get the opportunity to play as a rogue Imperial who has broken from their Daedra worshipping ways, and you get a unique racial skill line of equal gameplay impact to other races’ unique racial skill lines. As an Imperial you also get a mount and the automatic ability to craft items into the Imperial style. All non-Imperial races can also learn this ability after locating the corresponding racial motif. Imperials do not begin the game in a unique starting location or via a separate quest, but they can start in any alliance as befits their status as un-aligned outcasts of their own Province. Being an Imperial includes a racial skill line that offers unique gameplay opportunities, but there is not an overall gameplay advantage. It is an opportunity to set yourself visually apart in the lands of Tamriel.
Gameplay benefits within this edition have been designed to avoid bestowing unfair advantages over players who do not purchase this special edition. This is cool content designed for some of our biggest fans who wish to have something different from other collector’s editions in the market. The only other alternative would have been to offer a collector’s edition that offers no in-game items whatsoever. That simply didn’t seem fair to fans who are excited about the game and want some special digital items.
Learn more on the Imperial Edition and gameplay at www.elderscrollsonline.com.