Fallout 4’s latest patch has hit consoles. Unfortunately for those who use the Dogmeat duplication glitch, it appears to have been patched.
Thanks to some new footage from Conan O’Brien, it seems DOOM will be getting its own Horde Mode when it launches in May.
Prepare for a DOOM collector’s edition that will most likely have concerned mothers frothing at the mouth.
DOOM is looking slicker than ever, with a brand new trailer confirming the games release this coming May.
DOOM might be looking hot in the gamepaly department, but its now confirmed boxart paints it as another generic shooter.
DOOM is set to launch in the next few months, and iD Software are still tinkering with the game’s fundemental system. Like making it much harder to win, for example.
When you’re stuck in a hellish dimension populated by the damned and impatient tweens who bargained their souls for quick-fire guitar lessons, you’d start to realise that DOOM is heavy on the metal, an intentional design decision according to the developer.
You’re in the danger zone buddy! You’re face to face with the kind of macho monster that Deathclaws dream of one day being! Several hundred kilograms of muscle, attitude and tassles!
Down where it’s wetter that’s it where it’s better, under the sea! Up on the Boston shore they murder all day, out in the sun the slaves toil away! While we’re radaway injectin’ some corpses that are floatin’! Under the sea!
Tired of Fallout 4 on your PS4 running like janky garbage? The newest patch might just fix those issues.
Bethesda spent $14 million US Dollars on TV advertising for Fallout 4 – but that’s not nearly as much as Activision spent on Call of Duty’s TV ads.
The first offical post-release patch for Fallout 4 is live on PC, with Bethesda hoping to have it hit consoles later this week.