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All The Game Announcements From Bethesda E3 Briefing
Bethesda has done another E3 conference. They have some exciting new games announced, and reminding us that they have some good ones coming in the horizon. And some games that’s already out.
And they also acknowledged the mess that was Fallout 76, which they will keep on putting more work on.
Here’s all the game announcement by Bethesda for E3 2019.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades
It’s out now on Switch.
Todd Howard emerges and acknowledging the terrible reception and fan feedback of the online-only spin-off. But Bethesda Games Studios is still adamant to make the game better.
A new update, Wastelanders, will be putting human NPCs, finally, in the Appalachia. Not only that, there’s full dialogue trees (unlike Fallout 4) and a new main quest.
The Wastelanders update is coming sometime this fall.
There’s a new game mode too: Nuclear Winter. It’s a 52-player battle royale, with up to 4-player squads. The mode, and the whole game, is now on free trial until June 17th.
Ghost Wire Tokyo
A new game by Tango Gameworks, Shinji Mikami’s team and the ones behind The Evil Within.
The new action adventure game takes place in Tokyo where you have to fight the supernatural when the population is disappearing.
Elder Scrolls Online
A new cinematic trailer to remind you that Elsweyr expansion is out now.
Commander Keen, the first game by id Software, is now reimagined as a mobile game. Now with a new Saturday Morning Cartoon vibe to it. For iOS and Android, soft-launching this summer.
Elder Scroll Legends
A trailer to remind you the card game exists. There is a new expansion, Moons Of Elsweyr will be out soon.
Rage 2’s new trailer shows off new content coming, including the Rise of the Ghosts expansion.
The upcoming co-op FPS spin-off with gets one more trailer before release. More Nazi shootings, in sync with the sounds of the guns.
A new first-person action from Arkane Lyon, part of Arkane Studios that made Dishonored and Prey 2017. Colt And Juliana, are locked in a duel. It features gunplay and crazy abilities, and the ability to play anyway you like.
As the name imply, death is just a small hindrance, suggesting a rougelike mechanic- which is not far-fetched considering the Prey: Mooncrashers DLC was one.
This is a new software by Bethesda that optimises game engines so game streaming yield better performance. It’s supposed to work on top of games regardless of platforms, even Stadia.
Doom Eternal got a Story trailer and new extended gameplay. There will also be a new multiplayer mode, Battle Mode, where you get to control the demons. More details outside of the trailer will be shown at Quakecon.
Doom Eternal will be out on November 22nd for the PS4, PC, Xbox One and Stadia.