As to be expected, Bethesda took to the stage to announce a ton of new games at this year’s E3. We’ve done the legwork and rounded up all the big announcements from the US-based publisher-developer’s key-note. Hold onto your butts and come join us as we do a recap of Bethesda’s conference.
Id Software announced the sequel to 2016’s first-person shooter reboot.
The Elder Scrolls Blades
A pretty surprising announcement to come out of Bethesda’s conference was for a mobile first-person RPG and it looks gorgeous. According to Bethesda’s director Todd Howard, The Elder Scrolls Blades will give players both, “hand-crafted” and, “procedurally designed dungeons.” It’ll be a free download for iOS and Android users and will release later this fall.
The Elder Scrolls Legends
A new version of Bethesda’s digital card game is coming to Switch, PS4 and Xbox One later this year with upgraded visuals.
The Elder Scrolls 6
Arguably the biggest announcement at the publisher’s key-note was a teaser for the sixth mainline entry into their uber-popular fantasy RPG franchise. No date or release window was given, which implies that it’s still very much a way off. Still, we’re super duper excited nonetheless!
Bethesda’s recently announced fully-fledged online multiplayer title set in the wastelands of the Fallout universe received a new trailer. It also nabbed a concrete release date of November 17th, 2018, and it’s launching on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
Another surprising announcement were PS4 and Switch ports of the publisher’s management spin-off, Fallout Shelter. What’s pretty cool is that they’re already out now and ready to be downloaded.
The new Mooncrash DLC for Arkane Studios’ first-person survival-horror is out now for PS4, Xbox One and PC. Prey will also receive some extra multiplayer DLC this summer.
Though the game hasn’t fully released yet, Bethesda has announced that Quake Champions will be free from now until June 18, and it will remain free for you if you download it before that date.
A new trailer for the id Software’s sequel to 2010’s post-apocalyptic first-person shooter was revealed. It’s scheduled to launch early in 2019 for PS4, Xbox One and PC.
A spanking brand new IP was announced by the Fallout and Skyrim developer and it’s a sci-fi RPG adventure. Only a brief trailer was shown to whet our appetites.
Wolfenstein: Cyber Pilot
A new standalone Wolfenstein VR title was announced and tasks players with hacking Nazi robots.
A proper Wolfenstein sequel was also announced and will be set in the 1980s and stars BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters. It’s slated to release in 2019.