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I’ve been doing a bit of nosing around and, while we can’t be absolutely certain just yet, it looks pretty damn likely that Bethesda is migrating its games from Steam to its own Bethesda.net launcher. Heck, once the games are on Bethesda.net, I suspect they can have a better go at the whole paid mods thing without rousing the pitchforking protesters on Steam from their deep slumber.
Welcome to day 2 of the semi final voting poll. Just this poll is left to decide which two most anticipated games will meet in our GD World Cup Finals. A surprise turn of events here in this gaming world cup semi final, is that both games are courtesy of the publishing giant Bethesda. So Bethesda obviously know what the gaming community are looking for in future games. Either that or they are just genius at marketing hype. This semi final will put a new IP known as Starfield up against The next Elder Scrolls game.
Phew, it's do or die time now for the six games still remaining in the competition. After Cyberpunk 2077 crashed out in spectacular fashion, Starfield steps up to the plate against The Division 2.
It was unusual for Bethesda to announce not one, not two, but three upcoming Bethesda Game Studios tiles at E3 2018. It gave us a glimpse of the far-flung future, but just how far? Well, Fallout 76 is launching this year, of course, but Bethesda’s next game, Starfield, is a little further off. In fact, Starfield is being developed as a next-generation title, meaning it’s aimed at PlayStation 5 and the next Xbox.
Sci-fi is the order of the day today for the GD World Cup 2018. You won't that in the real World Cup. Fallout 76 and The Division 2 both bring their own apocalyptic portents, while Cyberpunk 2077 and Starfield are rooted in further flung futures, one dystopic, the other, well, we don't know anything about yet. That won't stop the hype train though, so vote your most anticipated games to be in with a chance of nabbing the grand prize.
It would be safe to say that the shift to a multiplayer-focused experience for Fallout 76 certainly ruffled a few feathers. I suspect there’s an eye-rolling #NotMyFallout hashtag out there somewhere.
It's the final day of group stages of the GD World Cup 2018. Yesterday we had our most closely fought group yet and we'd love to see more of the same. All you've got to do is vote for you most anticipated games in the polls below to be in with a chance of grabbing the grand prize.
Six more games are hoping to keep alive their hopes of reaching the GD World Cup knockout stages. We've got some absorbing encounters lined up today, and of course our big prize giveaway.  
Today's round of the giveaway competition features six future gaming giants slugging it out in the GD Gaming World Cup. Just vote for your most anticipated games in the polls below and you could win a massive prize.
Last year, Bethesda took shock and awe road, announcing and releasing several games within a matter of months of its E3 press conference. With E3 2018, Bethesda’s done things a little differently. We’re looking years ahead here, with Bethesda Game Studios announcing its next three RPGs. There’s Fallout 76, The Elder Scrolls VI, and, finally, confirmation that Starfield is the real deal.
Bethesda Game Studios’ official Twitter account has whirred back into life, displaying a distinctly Fallout-style GIF complete with the message to “Please Stand By”.

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