The first DLC add-on for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been out for a little while now, but fans who play on PC and PlayStation 3 have been waiting patiently for their turn to check it out.
Today Bethesda Softworks announced that the DLC, titled Dawnguard, is officially available to download for PC users via Steam. The DLC will cost you $19.99 and is available in English, French, Italian, German, and Spanish versions.
That headline, my kind friends, may be a little much to be claiming this soon, but having now seen some brand new videos that Bethesda Softworks has put out for their new game, Brink, it’s so very heard to ignore the possibilities. All you can do is watch what I’ve watched and see for yourself.
Brink is actually developed by Splash Damage and will be published by Bethesda, much like they did with the recent WET. Bethesda is renowned for their amazing video game feats, having crafted two of the greatest titles man has ever encountered in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Fallout 3. And this was just in the past handful of years! WET wasn’t so well-received overall (though I quite enjoyed it for what it was), but with Brink, the company is really aiming to show that they know what they’re doing on both the developing and publishing fronts.
Not a whole lot is known about Brink and what we will get in terms of story, and up until today, we had only seen a very brief, very interesting teaser trailer. With these new videos, we get a little taste of the new systems that have been developed for the First Person Shooter (FPS), and we also get a much larger taste of the gameplay, the choices and strategies, and most impressive of all, the world.
Head on over to check out these new videos. I assure you: if you’re a FPS shooter fan and/or a fan of online multiplayer action, you want (NEED!) to see these. It really could be something special.
Game Trailers TV had a great special on recently which debuted a bunch of great new videos for games expected to make impacts at the great E3 convention — the convention where most of the year’s biggest and best video games make their first impressions.
Below is a list of big upcoming games, a little about them, and the links to some great video previews that video game fans just need to go and watch. Once you watch one of the videos, you can search for a title on the website and watch any other videos or trailers that they may have.
Keep in mind these are just previews of some of the promising-looking multi-platform games that might be big at E3, which takes place June 2-4 at the LA Convention Center. There’s a whole lot more games than this that are coming out soon that have us all Christmas Day-excited for them. There will also be countless other games talked about at E3. Hopefully, you might find a game here that you weren’t aware of!
Think of this like our Summer Movie Mayhem, but with games. Be sure to stay tuned for any giant E3 announcements that may come along this June!