Publisher Bethesda has just announced an upcoming title, Battlecry, developed by their Austin-based studio of the same name. A class-based, team versus team, 32-player action title, Battlecry’s aesthetic and design make it comparable to a third-person Team Fortress 2…only without the guns.
More than two decades ago, Wolfenstein 3D paved the way for modern first-person shooters. Now, Wolfenstein: The New Order, the ninth installment in the franchise and the first since 1992 to be developed by a studio other than id Software, is primed to bring the series back to the forefront of the genre it once…
Directed by Shinji Mikami, the renown creator/director of Resident Evil and several other survival horror titles, and developed by Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within was presented to PAX East 2014 attendees who braved the lines to catch a glimpse of its gameplay.
Bethesda hit PAX East full force this year. Their booth had a commanding presence as a gigantic screen running a looped Elder Scrolls Online trailer stopped con-goers dead in their tracks and throngs of gamers queued up to catch a few minutes of hands-on time with the upcoming title.
While ESO was the focal point of Bethesda’s PAX East booth, I was able to get some hands on time with a fantastic upcoming DLC addition to last year’s Dishonored, entitled “The Knife of Dunwall.”