Developer- and Publisher-specific Articles: PC

E3 2015: Bethesda – Fallout 4, Doom, Dishonored 2, and more

Fallout 4 (PC, PS4, Xbox One) E3 Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 2

Bethesda had a number of surprises at their E3 presentation. Not only is Fallout 4 coming out this November, less than four months away, but a new Fallout game is also out for iOS. Additionally, Dishonored Definitive Edition and Dishonored 2 were revealed, and more was shown from their upcoming free-to-play PC arena action title BattleCry and id’s latest efforts on Doom. Check below for details and extra media on each title.

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The Bard’s Tale IV reaches $1.25 million Kickstarter funding goal

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After recently announcing that the original trilogy has been added as a tier reward for Bard’s Tale IV’s ongoing Kickstarter campaign, inXile has sent word that they’ve met their funding goal. During the weekend, pledges surpassed the $1.25 million mark. Upcoming stretch goals include an enhanced companion NPC system and two more CNPCs at $1.3 million and an enhanced crafting system at $1.35 million.

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(Peripheral Review) V-Moda Crossfade M-100

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“… checks all the right boxes.”

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PC and PS4 versions of Tales of Zestiria to launch alongside PS3

Tales of Zestiria (PC, PS3, PS4) PC and PS4 Announcement - Screenshot 1

The Tales series will be expanding its reach into new territories when Tales of Zestiria is released later this year. Ahead of E3, Bandai Namco has sent word that the previously announced PS3 version will be released alongside two others, one for PC and the other for PS4. In Zestiria, players take control of Sorey, a young adventurer ordained to become The Shepard, who must save the land from becoming corrupt by stopping an evil force called Malevolence. New combat mechanics are also being introduced with the new cast, including side dashes and a fusing ability that allows for the creation new elemental artes.

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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare – Supremacy to hit PSN, Steam in July

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare (360, PC, PS3, PS4, Xbox One) Supremacy PSN Steam Release Date Announcement - Screenshot 1

Activision has announced that Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’s third download pack, Supremacy, will go live on PSN and Steam on July 2. The set includes four maps, each of which has been designed to take advantage of the Exo Grapple mechanic, and one being a revamped Highrise from Modern Warfare 2. The pack also features the next entry in the Exo Zombies storyline, an entry that just so happens to introduce one Bruce Campbell. Additional details can be found below.

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Bard’s Tale IV backers of $20 or more to get Bard’s Tale trilogy

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inXile is adding even more extras to the reward tiers for their ongoing Kickstarter campaign for The Bard’s Tale IV. Now, everyone who pledges at least $20 will receive the original trilogy for free: The Bard’s Tale, The Bard’s Tale II: The Destiny Knight, and The Bard’s Tale III: Thief of Fate. Emulated versions of the games will be sent to backers after the campaign has ended. The studio also announced that they have reached an agreement with Bard’s Tale III programmer Rebecca “Burger” Heineman to update the Apple IIGS versions of each to run on modern Windows and Mac PCs, which will also be free to backers.

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The Red Solstice gets single-player campaign, final launch date

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Ironward has announced that they have added a single-player campaign to The Red Solstice. The studio also revealed that the title will be leaving Early Access and launching fully on July 9. The campaign is in addition to the eight-player online co-op mode already implemented, and is estimated to last anywhere from seven to 30 hours, depending on the player’s skill level. Publisher Nkidu describes it as “part horror, part strategy, all heart-pounding action,” as players lead their squads against hordes of enemies. A new trailer has been released with in-game footage to showcase the tactical, squad-based gameplay that players will find when they reach Mars.

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Act of Aggression slated for Sept. release, new faction trailer out

Act of Aggression (PC) Faction Trailer - Screenshot 1

Eugen Systems has released a new faction trailer for their upcoming strategy title Act of Aggression. The Chimera is highlighted in the new video, a UNO-funded task force that is designed around being prepared for any situation by having multipurpose or specialized units who’ve been upgraded for specific roles. The US Army was featured in a previous trailer, while the final group, the Cartel, a stealth-focused private military company, is up soon. Eugen has also announced that the game will be available this September.

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Adr1ft trailer teases at what awaits Commander Oshima

Adr1ft (PC, PS4, Xbox One) Media Launch Announcement - Screenshot 10

505 Games has released a new trailer for Three One Zero’s upcoming adventure title Adr1ft. The trailer, created in conjunction with Blur Studio, gives a quick look at Commander Alex Oshima as she dodges debris that used to be a part of her former habitat, Hardiman Aerospace Northstar IV. Players will need to help Oshima as she struggles to survive and make it back to Earth after a recent disaster leaves her alone and adrift in space.

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The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited out for PS4, Xbox One

The Elder Scrolls Online (Mac, PC, PS4, Xbox One) Patch 1 Announcement - Screenshot 4

Bethesda has released The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited for PS4 and Xbox One. The MMO, set in the world made famous by Morrowind and Skyrim, has recently transitioned from a subscription-based to a single-purchase model, with $59.99 buying the original game along with all content updates and additions. However, the game does feature optional in-game purchases for customization and convenience items. An ESO Plus subscription is also on offer for those who want access to all downloadable content packs, exclusive in-game perks, and a monthly stipend of crowns. To learn more about what awaits in Tamriel, check out this video on choice and this video on activities.

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