Go to the The Elder Scrolls: Blades website. They were peppered with smaller reveals for Quake Champions, The Elder Scrolls Online and more card games, before Bethesda gave the briefest of hints at their future with a brand new IP called Starfield.
LOS ANGELES-The Electronic Entertainment Show officially starts on Tuesday, but some of gaming's big names have already made major announcements.
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Bethesda will release Fallout 76 on November 14.
Starfield's main focus is going to be single-player. In fact, the entire game is online, and while you can experience the campaign alone, Fallout 76 lets you jump into an online world with about a dozen other players, teaming up to defeat bad guys and complete quests, or nuking each other from across the map. This means you are about to get Elder Scrolls on your smartphone, and it was a huge announcement from Bethesda that has many people excited.
Fallout 76 is the latest game in the Fallout series but also the earliest chapter, chronologically.
Todd Howard has, inevitably, been quizzed on how far along Starfield and Elder Scrolls 6 are, giving us some insight into how long we might be waiting.
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Oh yes, 2016's Doom reboot is all set to get a sequel and FPS players couldn't be any happier. The official release says that the game will be split via three characters, each with a completely different playing style and experience for each. You will find hand-crafted dungeons in this game and it will also have procedure-generated dungeons.
Bethesda has used The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim as a test vehicle across multiple platforms, which has led to jokes and memes across the community. Along with the $20 add-on, there's a new patch for the game that adds a New Game+ mode, as well as a Survival mode that adds hazards like bleeding and the need to fret over your oxygen level.
Bethesda's E3 2018 conference had plenty in store for fans of its much-loved franchises.
Elder Scrolls: Blades will release for mobile and VR devices in Fall 2018 for free.
We'll see it on mobile devices first, but it will eventually be available for download on PCs, consoles, and virtual reality devices.
Quake Champions is getting a free event where if you buy it this week you can play it for free even after the trial period is over. And, of course, the promise of console-quality graphics, especially in outdoor areas.