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According to a recent tweet from Bethesda employee Pete Hines, we can expect to see the Skyrim Creation Kit available for download via Steam this coming Tuesday. But that’s not all! Bethesda is also releasing some sort of “special surprise”.
I’m guessing it’s some sort of free DLC designed to showcase the Creation Kit’s power.
I didn’t follow development on this one but I’ve heard nothing but good things about it.
The open beta for Mythos Global started yesterday. The client is available for download.
Mythos Global is a reboot of Mythos, a defunct free to play hack and slash RPG that sadly ended with the collapse of developer Flagship Studios after the total commercial failure of Hellgate: London. The franchise was acquired and revived by Hanbitsoft.
Bethesda released this video preview for the Skyrim Workshop, the suite of modding tools that will soon be released on Steam. This is looking absolutely awesome.
The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings is coming to the Xbox 360 soon – and it’s got a bad ass CG trailer. One of the best I’ve seen in recent years, actually.
Bethesda revealed this past weekend that we may see a 1.4 patch for Skyrim and the long awaited PC content creation tools as early as this week. The Steam Workshop will become the hub for hosting and distributing mods and add-ons for the game.
Available in stores on February 7th, the Ultimate Edition of Fallout: New Vegas includes both the original game and all of the various pieces of DLC that were released.
It just keeps getting more amazing every time.
If you’re looking for a new RPG game fix, you can snag yourself a digital download code for the entire Dragon Age saga – both games – for PC or Mac for a mere $11.99 today as part of a week long EA games appreciation event happening on Amazon this week.
Note that both titles require Origin to play.
No word yet on what other games they plan to discount this week. I’m guessing that this will be a great week to snag Battlefield 3 and a few other big 2011 releases, though.
The details of that out of court settlement that lawyers for Interplay and Bethesda reached early last week concerning rights to the Fallout franchies are now clear: there isn’t going to be an MMO from Interplay. Period. End of discussion.
It could still happen if Bethesda decides to pursue that path – but it isn’t likely.