Prey continues to push away from its past as it breaks new ground in a power-filled new gameplay trailer
Bethesda wants you to carry on playing Dishonored far beyond the closing credits, and two brand new features coming next month should help with that
Bethesda is finally delivering on Fallout 4 mods on the PS4 – a battle which has seen them go head to head with Sony over the content.
Despite having launched last week, scores for Bethesda’s latest highly anticipated title, Dishonored 2, are only rolling out now. Is it any good? Let’s see what the critics think.
Bethesda have given players struggling with the PC version of Dishonored 2 a few tips on how to fix things.
Soon, you’ll be able to play as Emily Kalwdin and Corvo Attano in Dishonored 2. Here’s how to realy, really look the part.
Dishonored 2 PC Specs have been revealed. Here’s the sort of PC you need to play it when it’s out next week.
Bethesda will no longer send advanced review copies out to critics, meaning everyone will only get to play at launch. Don;t expect pre-release reviews for Skyrim’s remaster or Dishonored 2 then.
Dishonored 2 focuses on exciting set-piece missions, the best of which has you being all sneaky during two different time periods
Following last month’s disappointing announcement, Sony and Bethesda have managed to find a way of bringing mods to the PS4.
Dishonored 2 wants to up the ante for their level design, by creating more intricate environments that are worth replaying.
Emily Kaldwin is an unstoppable force in this high chaos look at one of Dishonored 2’s most iconic levels.