By James Dominguez on May 29, 2014 at 2:01 am
About a year ago, Bethesda assembled a new development team out of alumni from studios including Valve, Treyarch, BioWare, and 343 Studios. We knew they were working on a free-to-play title. Everything else was kept tightly under wraps.
After all the secrecy, the cloth has been whisked aside. The bad is that it isn’t a free-to-play Fallout MMO, one of the most popular guesses from fans.
The good news is that we instead have Battlecry, a new IP that has the potential to be a very interesting contender in the crowded PC free-to-play space.
By Tim Colwill on May 15, 2014 at 2:20 pm
With Bethesda widely expected to announced a major new RPG at this year’s E3 conference next month, we asked the company’s Global Director of PR and Marketing what he thought made Skyrim such a breakout success for the company. While Skyrim did herald major changes to the game’s appearance and continued tweaks to the formula, Hines said that there was more to it than just simple continual upgrades.