E3 2018: The Elder Scrolls Blades Announced

Bethesda Just Announced ELDER SCROLLS VI and STARFIELD

Bethesda Just Announced ELDER SCROLLS VI and STARFIELD

There is yet another new expansion coming to Elder Scrolls Online and will feature content like "Werewolf Hunter" and "Black Marsh" as part of other new additions.

Bethesda Game Studios director Todd Howard shared more details and a release date for Fallout 76 and teased the long-awaited new Elder Scrolls at a press conference Sunday in Los Angeles.

LOS ANGELES-The Electronic Entertainment Show officially starts on Tuesday, but some of gaming's big names have already made major announcements. It will also be playable in a single-player mode, like the previous games.

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After bringing Skyrim to just about every technological product known to man, Bethesda is looking to the future with a new Elder Scrolls game. This time out, dynamic weather systems and seasons are going to play a role in the game.

Fallout 76 will now allow players to build settlements and interact with other players in an always online platform. Since it's a next-gen game it should arrive on Sony's new PlayStation 5 or Microsoft's upcoming Xbox hardware and may even push both to their limits.

There is one thing we do know - the new Elder Scrolls has been confirmed by Bethesda and will feature an expansive environment with mountains, wilderness and probably all manner of things that'll kill you - in true Scrolls fashion.

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Announcing DOOM Eternal, the direct sequel to the award-winning and best-selling DOOM (2016).

The limited edition is up for sale on Game.co.uk, and Bethesda have released images of what the set will look like.

Prey will also receive a paid DLC pack, Typhon Hunter, later this year, which will add an asymmetrical multiplayer game mode where one player as a human faces five other players menacing them as Typhon aliens. It's been 7 years since the last game Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim came out and finally, fans have something to cheer about. It's a new take on Fallout, but it's still a Fallout game. Bethesda is not afraid of a little self-referential humor and released a humorous trailer for Alexa Skyrim: Very Special Edition with Keegan-Michael Key playing the game on Amazon's Alexa followed by a pager, an Etch-A-Sketch, and a Samsung refrigerator. The game can be played just by swiping on the smartphone screen or holding it like a controller. But if you're desperate for something TES to chew on, Bethesda revealed Elder Scrolls Blades during the same conference. Bethesda plans to port Blades to PC, consoles, and release a VR version. A new game engine would be very good news, but unfortunately it also means that the release is still several years out. All in first person, with "console graphics" (it looks better than Oblivion, not as good as Skyrim), this will be full-blown open world RPG packed full of both hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons and missions.

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