Microsoft has announced new games coming to Xbox Game Pass in October - and there are a few crackers in there.
Did Bethesda just tease the new Wolfenstein? Probably.
A PlayStation 4 and Xbox One remaster of The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is rumoured to be announced at Bethesda's E3 conference this Sunday, 12th June. We'll be reporting from it live; check our E3 2016 guide for conference timings.
Eurogamer understands this rumour to be true, and we've also heard Bethesda will announce The Evil Within 2, Wolfenstein 2 and re-announce Prey 2 during the conference.
The Skyrim remaster rumours originate from reputable industry insider Shinobi602, as well as another apparent insider posting on NeoGAF as Enter the Dragon Punch.
It looks like a new Wolfenstein game is in the works.
MachineGames' first-person shooter Wolfenstein: The New Order entered the UK all format chart this week in first place, Chart-Track figures have revealed.
It's the first game in the series to do so since the UK's all format chart began in 1997. 2001's Return to Castle Wolfenstein managed number 11. 2009's Wolfenstein reached number two.
Wolfenstein is the second biggest release of 2014, behind Respawn Entertainment's Titanfall. It accounted for a quarter of all software unit sales last week, and 36 per cent of all revenue. As always, it's worth noting Chart-Track does not count digital sales. At the time of publication Wolfenstein was the second top-selling game on Steam, behind Watch Dogs.
Bethesda has geo-locked the uncensored version of first-person shooter Wolfenstein: The New Order on PC in order to prevent its sale in Germany.
Want to play the PC version of the new Wolfenstein game as its creators intended it to be experienced? Then you'll need a beefy rig.
Just over a month now until the brand new cross-gen Wolfenstein game arrives. To ramp up excitement, Bethesda has released a scene-setting trailer.
It starts with an innocent football match that turns ugly when the referee decides to shoot a player. It's indicative of the world turning "to s***" as a voice over tells us.
The Nazis are in power and you're what remains of the resistance, and you'll need your wits plus an awesome array of weaponry to blow to smithereens what lies ahead.
The Doom beta will be available for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One only, Bethesda has confirmed in an updated FAQ.
Currently the only way to get in on the beta is to pre-order upcoming shooter Wolfenstein: The New Order, which is available on PC, PlayStation 3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
So, if you pre-order on PS3 you get access to the PS4 Doom beta, Bethesda said. If you pre-order the Xbox 360 version you get in on the Xbox One beta. As you'd expect the PC version of Wolfenstein links with the PC version of the Doom beta.
Here's something a little different: Bethesda has just announced the Wolfenstein: The New Order Panzerhund Edition - and it doesn't come with a copy of the game.
The UK release date of Wolfenstein: The New Order has been shuffled forward a few days to 20th May.
That's a Tuesday, meaning that Bethesda has now coordinated a simultaneous worldwide release across Europe, North America and Australasia for the title.
Developed by MachineGames, a new outfit founded by key members of Riddick studio Starbreeze, the latest chapter in the Nazi shooter series is headed to PC, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One.
Doom 4 is alive: pre-order the new Wolfenstein game and you'll get in the beta, publisher Bethesda has announced.
There's little else on id Software's long in-development shooter. We had thought it was called Doom 4, but today Bethesda referenced it only as Doom, so perhaps it's a reboot of sorts.
MachineGames' Wolfenstein: The New Order is due out on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 3, Xbox One and Xbox 360 on 23rd May 2014, so the beta won't be available until some point after then.
John Carmack quit id Software because parent company ZeniMax Media wouldn't agree to let games he was working on appear on the Oculus Rift virtual reality headset.
Today we're happy to reveal that Bethesda Softworks is returning to the Eurogamer Expo in a big way this year, bringing along The Elder Scrolls Online and Wolfenstein: The New Order for their first playable outings in the UK.
First-person Nazi-shooting romp, Wolfenstein: The New Order, has been delayed until next year, Bethesda has announced.
30 seconds of Wolfenstein: The New Order gameplay can be found in the new trailer, above.
Our first proper glimpse at the game begins at the one minute 30 second mark, and shows mechs, robot dogs, first-person shooting and a head stab. There's also a bit where a Nazi laughs maniacally.
The New Order, developed by MachineGames, is set in an alternate timeline that saw the Nazis win World War 2. The first two thirds of the trailer show how life is different because of it. There are some... interesting images in there, but remember:
Ahead of the release of MachineGames' Wolfenstein: The New Order, Bethesda has re-released id Software's seminal first-person shooter Wolfenstein 3D on Xbox Live and PlayStation Network. The game first launched on those platforms in 2009.
Bethesda's slopped out a batch of screenshots from MachineGames' only-just-announced Wolfenstein: The New Order.
Wolfenstein: The New Order will be an exclusively single-player experience, developer MachineGames revealed to GameSpot.