Here’s an interesting nugget: Zenimax, Bethesda’s parent company, has filed three Nuka Cola trademarks. The drink, as you know, is featured Fallout titles. While it’s easy to get excited over this, especially since two trademarks cover “entertainment services, on-line interactive computer games,” and “computer game software for use with computers and video game consoles,” it’s likely just for IP protection. The third trademark covers clothing an accessories. So, again, while interesting, it’s nothing to get worked up over. Yet. Thanks, NeoGAF.
Blizzard’s unpredictable eagles strike again.
My Nintendo members can grab some goodies with their Gold Points.
BioWare builds a corn maze to advertise Anthem, but what were you expecting after Goose Cam and the holiday stream
BioWare’s marketing team spends a lot of time reading engagement reports peppered with “daqfaq did I just watch” and congratulating themselves for it.
A Texas jury has reached a verdict in the ZeniMax vs Oculus lawsuit, awarding Bethesda’s parent company half a billion dollars.
This fall, Elder Scrolls Online will remove content barriers and allow players of all levels to experience everything the game has to offer.