E3 2018: Bethesda Announces Starfield (+trailer)

E3 2018 Bethesda Confirms Elder Scrolls 6                                                                    by Peter P

E3 2018 Bethesda Confirms Elder Scrolls 6 by Peter P

So far, what's been released is a title, trailer and, well, promise of greatness to come. What's more, he says that it's definitely a single-player-focused game. Would you like to see similar games become available to play via voice assistant? In the brief demo, we see Walker dart around, throw glowing grenades that dragged together enemies, and use a shatter ability that allows him to throw enemies around like they're made of paper.

"At the end of its E3 2018 Press Conference, Bethesda broke with tradition and revealed two games that are further out than the next 12 months". Id Software studio head Tim Willits said that the company chose to partner with Avalanche given the company's history of making insane open-world action games. "I'm gonna be honest, I don't know the answer to that yet", he said.

Bethesda's Tod Howard announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades would have virtual reality (VR) compatibility and would be available on a huge range of platforms, from Mobile up to high-end PC VR. Beyond that, nothing to report. Oh, and he gave us a glimpse of Elder Scrolls VI which was the flawless way to cap off the show.

Player characters can be leveled and geared up just like in previous Elder Scrolls titles, and the app will have three main game modes.

We want to hear from you on what you think about The Elder Scrolls: Blades.

Bethesda shocked E3 viewers with a surprise teaser release for the next Elder Scrolls game, Elder Scrolls VI.

"Forza Horizon 4" looks, well, incredible. Described as a new "space epic" with strong singleplayer focus, Starfield is now in production phases and is actually in a playable state. "Forza Horizon 4" hits on October 2nd. This time it's a co-op style gameplay featuring his daughters many years after the last game. There will be a lot of game modes as well with this mobile release. However, we have a feeling that nothing about that footage is anywhere close to being finalised.

No platforms have been specified but it's a standalone game and will launch in 2019.

A sequel to 2016's excellent DOOM was announced, called DOOM Eternal. Our guess? More guns, more blaring metal, more violence, more blood.

After the events of The New Colossus, the next game in the Wolfenstein series takes a significant leap forward in time. Tease is the operative word here, because we have no gameplay footage, no word about the setting or story, no release date, and no console details.

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