The former was shown off first, with its official unveiling by Todd Howard being followed by a purposefully vague teaser trailer revealing nothing but a planet and a logo. The team has been working for it on a while.
The developers have managed to distill The Elder Scrolls into its essential elements, providing the classic fantasy adventure expected by the fans with high-quality graphics and an expansive game world to be explored.
The Elder Scrolls 6 is a while away from hitting the shelves. Now, "it's getting closer". See, Bethesda's Pete Hines remarked that this isn't a game that is going to come out this year or even the next year.
Although brief, one of the most prominent announcements from Bethesda's E3 presentation was that of Starfield.
Both the Elder Scrolls and Fallout series have shared a similar character progression system and open-world backdrop, partially rooted in their sharing of the same gaming engine.
Starfield And Elder Scrolls VI Officially Confirmed By Bethesda At E3 2018
- Electronic Arts held its press conference on Saturday, where it unveiled (among other titles) "Battlefield V", two new Star Wars games, and the Destiny-like sci-fi shooter from BioWare called "Anthem", which arrives February 2019.
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.
You can see action from the pre-alpha Rage 2 above.
Although Elder Scrolls fans have been kept busy with endless re-releases of Skyrim on every conceivable console, platform and medium, they have really been wanting a brand new game.
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