BattleCry Studios becomes Bethesda Game Studios Austin

Bethesda Game Studios

Needless to say, this announcement will add fuel to the speculation that Bethesda Game Studios could indeed reveal their next big roleplaying game at E3 2018 during their showcase event. BattleCry Studios will become Bethesda Game Studios Austin, expanding the company's in-house development offerings with a third office. It was already a subsidiary of Bethesda's parent company, ZeniMax Media, but this change still raises a lot of questions about the future of BattleCry, which suspended development all the way back in 2015.

As the vision, scale and ambitions for our games continue to grow, so does Bethesda Game Studios.

Howard went on and made mention that he's glad the developers at BattleCry are down to do great things with Bethesda Game Studios.

Bethesda Game Studios Austin is staffed by a core team of seasoned industry veterans with experience developing AAA games.

This new Austin location for Bethesda will be headed by Doug Mellencamp, who will serve as studio director.

Bethesda Game Studios Austin is staffed by a core team of industry veterans with experience developing AAA games. Without any now announced titles on deck for release, expect to hear a lot more about what Bethesda Game Studios is working on at this year's Bethesda E3 2018 Showcase, which was revealed last week.

Whatever your thoughts may be regarding Bethesda, it has been disclosed on March 9th that it has expanded in size to help out with delivering more titles in the future.

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