After the success of their Worlds of Bethesda experience as part of last year’s PAX Aus, Bethesda are returning with even more community events to celebrate the many beloved franchises in this studio’s catalog. But places are limited so read this article quickly!
The first of the events is aimed at ESO players with The Elder Scrolls Online PAX AUS Community Party where “daring adventurers will step into Necrom and Hermaeus Mora’s realm of Apocrypha on Melbourne’s historic Southbank at the Cargo Hall.” Attendees can meet and greet with visiting ESO Creative Director, Rich Lambert while enjoying free drinks and beverages. While tickets for the event are free, spots are limited and bookings are essential to ensure attendees don’t miss out. Save your place here.
The next experience will see guests stretch their artistic muscles with the ‘Brushes and Brews’ experience running from October 6th to the 8th. Guests will channel their inner Bob Ross as they get a chance to create their own unique piece of art centred around one of Bethesda’s iconic worlds, including the recently released Starfield, The Elder Scrolls Online, Hi-Fi RUSH, and Fallout 76. Painters of all levels are welcomed, from beginner to experienced, with drinks and light refreshments included in each session. Rich Lambert and John Johanas, Director of Tango Gameworks’ Hi-Fi RUSH, will also be in attendance for the ESO and Hi-Fi RUSH sessions. While tickets for these sessions are free, guests will need to have a valid PAX AUS pass as it takes place in the convention centre. Book your session here.
Rich Lambert and John Johanas will then be participating in the ‘Fireside Chat with Bethesda’ panel at 2 PM AEDT on Saturday 7th October in the PAX Quokka Theatre while Simon Alty, VP & Managing Director at Bethesda APAC, will also be a guest on the panel ‘The Year That Was PAX AUS 2013’ at 3:30 PM AEDT on Friday 6th October.
“At Bethesda we’re immensely proud to have such dedicated communities for our games in Australia, fans who have joined us in countless adventures through our game worlds for decades”, said Simon Alty, VP & Managing Director, Bethesda APAC. “We couldn’t be more thrilled to pull together these community-focused events for our passionate fans during one of the best weeks of the year for gamers in Australia”.
What do you think of Bethesda’s offerings for this year? Will you be attending one of these experiences? What Bethesda property do you want to paint? Answer all these questions in the comments below.