Ever since Bethesda confirmed that there will be no more DLC packs for Skyrim, everyone started thinking about the publisher’s next big project, and since it already got out an Elder Scrolls game, the next potential candidate would be Fallout 4. Unfortunately, if the following report is true, a sequel in the post-apocalyptic series will not show itself at this year’s E3.
Bethesda has been teasing us with a new IP for a few days, and now we finally know what it is: a survival horror game which comes from the Resident Evil creator, Shinji Mikami, called The Evil Within.
UPDATE: Bethesda’s Pete Hines has cleared up the mystery surrounding the recent Australian listing for The Elder Scrolls: Arena, stating “There is no new version of the game coming,” and that the rumour was incited by a “clerical mix-up” by the Australian Classifications Board.
“It apparently was never formally in their system because the release of Arena pre-dated [the Australian Classification Board's] existence,” he revealed to Joystiq.
“This is simply an error on [the classification board's] part. It should just say PC, not multiplatform. We’ve notified them and they’re going to fix. There is no new version of the game coming. Just a clerical mix-up.”
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Recently a listing for ‘the Elder Scrolls: Arena’ has come to light in Australia’s Classification Database, leading many to speculate whether a re-imagining of the 1994 DOS adventure could currently be on Bethesda’s crafting table.
According to Game.On, the title was issued an M rating on April 9th due to the inclusion of “moderate violence”. The article also highlights the game as being “multi platform”, although specifics have yet been revealed.
Updated: Another day and another screenshot has been sent to me from aliennore.com. This latest image shows 5 aliens, 3 of which seem to be different species all hanging inside what looks like a shady bar. The two aliens on the left however, do they seem familiar to you?
Well if you have been following Prey 2 from its original announcement, this alien species is the exact same shown in the length E3 2012 trailer for the game. Our protagonist is chasing down one of these aliens throughout the entire trailer, the appearance is uncanny. If you haven’t seen the trailer in question, check it out for yourself.
This strongly suggests that after much speculation, this reveal that is only “1 Day, 34 Hours, 2056 Minutes away” is in-fact, Prey 2. What could we see? New gameplay trailer? Maybe some clarification regarding the games future? We can only sit and wait, as the countdown draws ever closer. Read the rest of this entry
We now have the official release dates on the long awaited DLC for the PlayStation 3 version of Skyrim.
All three DLC (Dragonborn, Hearthfire, and Dawnguard), along with the 1.8 update will be available in two weeks. The first DLC will be Dragonborn, launching on February 12; Hearthfire follows suit on February 19, and Dawnguard will be available on February 26. As stated in a previous article, for the first week, all DLC will be 50% off.
Bethesda has yet to confirm release dates for the Skyrim DLC for PS3 gamers in Europe and other territories though. Once we know more, we’ll update you ASAP!
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