As per EU regulators, Microsoft did not commit to releasing future Bethesda titles on rival platforms, contrary to the FTC's claims.
The annual QuakeCon will be making its return as a digital-only event, with plans to return as an in-person event next year already underway.
Announces that "some new" Bethesda titles will be exclusive to Xbox and PC.
Marketing lead Samuel Bateman says it's "just us playing games."
The companies' Summer showcases will also reportedly take place separately.
The mammoth acquisition is on the verge of being finalized.
US regulators seem to have approved the deal.
The collective future of the two companies together will allegedly be discussed in detail.
You can make arguments for either side, but one makes more sense than the other.
The EU's preliminary findings say that the acquisition "could fall within the scope of the Merger Regulation."
One step closer to completing the $7.5 billion deal.
The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, DOOM, Wolfenstein, Dishonored, and many more have entered Microsoft's first party catalog.
Both parties have "amicably resolved" the matter in a "mutually beneficial" fashion.
So does this mean it IS going to be called Redfall?
Is this what the megaton sequel will be called?
Jury finds ZeniMax's case to hold up to scrutiny.
Zuckerberg has claimed Zenimax is just a hanger on coming out of the woodwork for money.
Zenimax accuses Luckey of using their technology and stealing their documents to develop their product.
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Foreign versions to release with heaps of gore included.