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Bethesda Game Studios is an American video game developer and a studio of ZeniMax Media based in Rockville, Maryland. The company was established in 2001 as the spin-off of Bethesda Softworks' development unit, with Bethesda Softworks itself retaining a publishing function. The studio is led by Todd Howard as executive producer and Ashley Cheng as studio director. Bethesda Game Studios operates three satellite studios, one in Montreal and two in Texas, and employs 400 people as of July 2018.

A former employee said this in a review: "Bethesda Game Studio's projects can get shutdown for unknown reasons at any moment. Pay is ridiculously low and that's all you will get, benefits are non existing. It's impossible to get promoted, your best bet is to apply to other companies if you want to prove yourself.


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Current Employee - Programmer says

"Everything else about the company and games"

Former Employee - Software QA Tester says

"Slackers aren't punished, those who put in real effort aren't rewarded. Advancement comes down to lucky timing or nepotism. Company is no longer interested in making industry leading games, just whatever sells. Oh and crunch can get pretty bad, but it's good if you want the OT. If your interested in a comfortable office payroll, it'll work. If you're looking for opportunities to prove yourself or start a real career, you won't find them."


"Aggressive and individualistic culture. Limited structure and organization is aging without renewing upper management or management approach"

QA Analyst (Current Employee) says

"It's a cool place to work but they hardly pay anything (to QA) and the management is dark and murky, information goes through people who know each other rather than normal channels. There's also no chance of moving anywhere ever except for maybe a QA manager, and that's based entirely on personal relationships rather than merits.Cheap lunches, lots of free food, you play videogames for a livingThey don't pay much and you're never going anywhere"

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