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The Bethesda Softworks division, founded in 1986, has a long history of success as a developer and publisher of award-winning video games for PCs, Sony’s PlayStation®, PlayStation® 2, and Microsoft’s Xbox®, and has games in development for Xbox® 360, PlayStation® Portable (PSP), Nintendo DS, and other next generation consoles.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood will not be altered for German release

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ZeniMax shuts down fan remake of Doom

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Game reveals, updates, and every major announcement from the publisher's press conference

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  • 1370 Piccard Drive, Suite 120
  • Rockville
  • Maryland
  • 20850

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Rockville, US

  • 1370 Piccard Drive, Suite 120
  • Rockville
  • Maryland
  • 20850
  • United States

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ZeniMax Europe Ltd

  • Grafton House
    2-3 Golden Square
  • London
  • W1F 9HR
  • United Kingdom

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