The video game developer Obsidian Entertainment’s co-founder Chris Avellone potentially teases a new Fallout game after updating his Facebook profile.
According to Fallout: New Vegas’ lead world builder, Obsidian Entertainment’s post-apocalyptic RPG faced development restrictions due to console support.
HTC Corporation officially announces its decision to bundle Bethesda’s upcoming post-apocalyptic RPG Fallout 4 VR with the HTC Vive as a free download.
The video game publisher and developer Bethesda reveals that more Pip-Boy Editions are coming with the Game of the Year release for the post-apocalyptic RPG, Fallout 4.
Fallout: New Vegas director Josh Sawyer explains that he and Obsidian Entertainment ‘would love’ to make another game in the post-apocalyptic RPG series.
Bethesda announces that Fallout Shelter, the 2-year old post-apocalyptic vault simulator, has crossed over a 100 million users in total and continues to grow.
Obsidian CEO Feargus Urquhart discusses the development of Fallout: New Vegas, revealing that the game initially gave players the choice of three playable races.
Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines discusses the controversy surrounding Creation Club, explaining why the mod program isn’t the same as paid mods.
Obsidian Entertainment’s Feargus Urquhart reveals that the studio had been contacted about making a Game of Thrones title more than a decade ago, but turned down the offer.
Bethesda Game Studios officially announces the release date and contents for the Game of the Year edition of its post-apocalyptic role-playing game, Fallout 4.
Thanks to a leaked image of a GameStop catalogue, there is speculation that the upcoming Fallout 4 VR game will be headed to Sony’s PlayStation VR headset.
One gamer blazes through all of the titles within the publisher and developer Bethesda’s post-apocalyptic RPG compendium, Fallout Anthology, in under two hours.
ZeniMax Media, parent company of Bethesda Game Studios, faces a lawsuit from songwriter/singer Dion DiMucci over the use of his song, The Wanderer, in Fallout 4 ads.
In a hilarious twist on Bethesda’s recently announced Creation Club, a fan creates his own Fallout 4 ‘Creation Club’ – a golf club that literally creates items out of thin air.
Bethesda marketing boss Pete Hines explains why the next Elder Scrolls game isn’t happening soon, suggesting the studio wants to explore other potential titles.
Creation Club was a standout showing at Bethesda’s E3 presser this year, and now company boss Pete Hines explains how it works for Fallout 4 and Skyrim.
Bethesda marketing executive Pete Hines reveals that despite many gamers holding to the fan theory, Fallout and Elder Scrolls are not in the same universe.