After Wargaming went into business with a clothing manufacturer for their wares, Bethesda Softworks is now teaming up with Level up Wear to bring their games to apparel. Companies have exchanged a 3-year license agreement to print nifty things on shirts, hoodies, iPhone cases, bracelets and more.
While the service will launch on October 15, 2013, preorders are now available on the Level Up Wear store. Games include the Elder Scrolls series, Dishonored and Fallout. Some of the items look rather spiffy, though we sure hope the quality is decent for the €19.99 novelty price tag of shirts. On that note; the World of Tanks shirt we received isn’t torn to shreds yet, so good news. Also, a reward point system is set up at the store for buying a lot of items, which go towards purchases of other things. So, if we can give you a tip: Grab a friend in an amicable fashion and shop together. We picked out some of the coolest designs and posted them below. Tell us your favorite one; ours would be The Elder Scrolls Online.
You can preorder official Bethesda apparel here.
A final edition of downloadable content (DLC) is headed to stealth action game Dishonored. This DLC is called The Brigmore Witches and will release on August 13, 2013 for PC, Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 at a value of €9.99.
Once more, players will see the story through the eyes of Daud, who started his journey in the previously released Knife of Dunwall expansion. After being betrayed by his lieutenant, he seeks refuge with other gangs, such as the Dead Eels and Hatters. He must find Delilah, the leader of these witches. Progress from earlier games will be transferable through save files. We received some screenshots, concept art and so on, which we’ll put below for you.
Prepare for more and more game deals as the summer sales set in. After GOG.com launched its variety of promotions, it’s the turn of Get Games to put up another Loaded deal. In this one, buyers can get their hands on a choice of 2 Bethesda games for €12/$15, out of a selection of 9 games. These are redeemable with Steam keys. We’ll list the possible choices below:
- The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion GOTY
- Doom 3 BFG Edition
- Fallout: New Vegas Ultimate Pack
- The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind GOTY
- Fallout 3: GOTY Edition
- Hunter: The Demons Forge
Most of you will probably already own some of these games, so it’s hard to suggest anything fitting. If we’re to go out on a limb, our top 3 would be Dishonored, Doom 3 and Hunted.
Please note that this deal is not available in the following countries: Poland, Ukraine, Romania, Germany, Hungary, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Lithuania, India. We don’t know why, but don’t spend money on something you can’t redeem.
You can find the Bethesda Loaded sale here.
Bethesda will produce a new Wolfenstein game. In full, this new chapter is called Wolfenstein: the New Order. It is expected to release at the end of the year and will come to PC, Xbox 360, Playstation 3 and next generation consoles. Sadly, no Wii U version is planned in the announcement.
Not a lot of information is known at the time, but we do know that the shooter is being made by MachineGames, who are made of members from Starbreeze Studios. These people have worked on the Chronicles of Riddick series, as well as The Darkness franchise. They’ll be using id Software’s id Tech 5 engine to produce the title. It was previously used to produce Rage in 2011 and is now used for horror survival game The Evil Within. Additionally, the story of Wolfenstein will take place in 1960. It comes with a fun disclaimer at the bottom of the press release:
“The story and contents of this game are not intended to and should not be construed in any way to condone, glorify or endorse the beliefs, ideologies, events, actions, persons or behavior of the Nazi regime or to trivialize its war crimes, genocide, and other crimes against humanity.”
Stealth action game Dishonored will receive a second batch of downloadable content called The Knife of Dunwall on April 16, 2013. Bethesda announced that this new DLC will land on Xbox 360 and PC, along with PS3 a day later, for €9.99.
In The Knife of Dunwall, players will take on the role of the fiends that put the main character Corvo in motion for his quest for revenge in the main game. Specifically, you’ll play an assassin called Daud as he seeks redemption for his actions. This will take the game to new locations, with new enemies and a different set of skills to boot. Some classy screenshots are accompanied with this news.