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Bethesda played a role in PS4 – Xbox cross-play and want it for Fallout 76

Update: Pete Hines has released a statement regarding this evolving issue. “Folks, chill. I work with a lot of devs and games for whom this is important going forward. Fallout 76 does not support crossplay, for a number of reasons. I have no idea if it ever will. But I assure you it is not on our radar right now as we focus on B.E.T.A. and launch.” leading us to believe that Sony’s move has been too little too late for Fallout after all. Bethesda’s role in bringing cross-play to the Xbox and PS4 remains, and their ultimatum on The Elder Scrolls Legends a brave move indeed. Below is our original unedited story.

Graciously the biggest gaming company of this console generation has recently announced a Beta for Fortnite cross-play between PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and Xbox adding to the already supported Mobile and PC cross-play functionality. This comes off the tail of a heated debate between fans, Epic Games, Sony, the developers of Rocket League, and surprisingly Bethesda Games.

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Here’s 60 Minutes of The Evil Within PS4 Gameplay

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Bethesda Softworks has released a 60 minute gameplay video for The Evil Within featuring their leading public relations executive Pete Hines behind the controller.

Hines plays through the ninth chapter in the game called “The Cruelest Intentions” on Sony’s PlayStation 4. This is the same demo lucky fans got to play at last week’s Gamescom 2014. Early on he refers to the title as a “dynamic game”, so it is not “the same on any given playthrough.”

You can check out the footage below thought do not expect Hines to showcase any expert level skills. He jokes at one point saying:

“This is like a tutorial video on how not to play The Evil Within.”

Yes, yes it is.

 

The Evil Within launches on October 14, 2014 for PS3, PS4, Xbox One, Xbox 360 and PC.

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No Fallout 4 “Guess Again”, Bethesda Teasing New Untitled Project, Potential New IP for Next Gen

Bethesda has been noticeably dominating the headlines lately with the appearance of Elder Scrolls Online footage which was eventually taken down by request last week, and with the end to Skryim DLC announced by beloved Beth fans were speculating heavily upon Fallout 4 or an Elder Scrolls VI entry to the long-standing TES WRPG series.

Pete Hines of Bethesda Softworks has announced upon social media platforms that fans guessing for such obvious moves while Bethesda Softworks is already twelve steps ahead of gamers, are simply wrong.

It is confirmed that Bethesda Softworks will not be pushing all of their resources into Fallout 4, instead a new untitled project is being teased. Could this be the Fallout MMO that everyone has been talking about? If not, are we being taken for a ruse and about to be shown a Fallout title anyway with rick-roll and all.

However, it truly seems at this time that Bethesda Softworks has saw it fit to tease the gaming community with an epic, well orchestrated reveal experience that will take place in bits and pieces and is likely larger than we already think. The potential that gamers will be excited to speculate over is the chance for Bethesda to use its Dishonored, Fallout, Elder Scrolls design prowess to work on a totally new universe for next generation platforms to run smoothly not just with all the bells and whistles but the primal gameplay satisfaction we’ve come to expect from the creators of Elder Scrolls.

Editor’s Note: RealGamerNewZ has moved web servers, some older posts can no longer be commented on and have been preserved without their images. Thank you for your understanding in this matter. This article was written by Jon Ireson on 20130416 and was last modified on 20130416 .