Bethesda has heard your screams, single-player players, and has had the help of Lynda Carter to rescue you. The editor debuted an ironic video during The Game Awards that mimics those ASPCA notices for animals in need. Only the animals in this scenario are people who prefer the experience of solo games based on the narrative in danger.
The publisher did not announce any single-player games in the future, but pointed to his last two years of releases, many of which focus on offline campaigns. It is also launching something called the # SavePlayer1 campaign.
Here is the video:
The video also revealed a great sale of Bethesda that will cut the prices of its games by up to 50 percent through of digital stores. The publisher also promises to donate $ 100,000 to the Entertainment Software Association Foundation to pay for scholarships for students looking to study game development.
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