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.
Logging into The Elder Scrolls Online this week, you’ll notice that Update 5 is now live and brings major updates to the game — including a Veteran version of the City of Ash, a new dungeon scaling system, and Writs and Pledges to keep crafters and dungeon runners busy. For more details on Update 5, visit the official ESO website.
Nearly three years have passed since Skyrim’s November 2011 release date, and we’re still amazed by the unbelievable fan creations that come in from around the world. This week at the office, a number of devs took notice when Matt and Kerry Stagmer of Baltimore Knife & Sword re-created Skyrim’s iconic iron helmet.
See how it was done (and be sure to stick around for the strength test at the end) in the embed above.
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.
In time for Halloween, The Evil Within’s lead concept artist, Ikumi Nakamura, provided this amazing (and timely) variation of The Keeper.
From everyone at Bethesda, we wish you a happy and safe Halloween weekend. While you’re haunting about, feel free to share your best Halloween creations and costumes using the hashtag #BethesdART or emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update: Pete’s panel is complete. Tune back to the official PAX Twitch page tomorrow at 9am for the encore stream.
Put the soccer ball down and tune into Twitch.TV/PAX. It’s time to watch Pete Hines present his storytime keynote for PAX Australia. If you miss tonight’s live airing (7:30 pm edt), you can tune in for an encore at 9 am edt tomorrow.