Bethesda Confirms Elder Scrolls VI and New Franchise, Starfield

Bethesda Confirms Elder Scrolls VI and New Franchise, Starfield

Fans likely may not get to play the games until the next generation of consoles, bout you can check out both trailers in the players below! Bethesda's love of porting Skyrim to new platforms was actually the butt of a joke during the press conference, with the company showing a spoof ad for Skyrim on Amazon Echo.

Doom: Eternal, meanwhile, is announced as the sequel to Doom - with twice as many demons than the reboot. That announcement came with a bit of news about the size of the game. Mooncrash features randomized loot and enemies for every playthrough.

While the game will be entirely online, players will also be able to play it solo.

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood features players as one of BJ's twin daughters. Y'know, just in case you want to take your cosplay to the next level.

Bethesda have just popped up during the Microsoft E3 briefing to unveil Fallout 76, which is set before all the previous games and 300 years since the formation of the United States of America.

You'll be playing as a denizen of Vault 76, who leaves the vault on reclamation day - 25 years after the bombs fell.

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The Fallout 76 beta hasn't got a release date, but will need to land before the game goes live in November. Yes, it's an MMO, and yes, that means there are going to be other people in it - but this one could be the MMO for you even if you've never touched one before.

There's also a game mechanic where it seems nuclear weapons can be acquired - the nuclear launch codes can be used to fire a nuclear missile at parts of the game world's map. Taking the crafting tool found in Fallout 4, Bethesda has expanded upon this idea so users can make a fort literally anywhere in the wasteland. As with the mobile release, the game is free to play. Thankfully, Bethesda also revealed another Elder Scrolls game called Blades, which is coming this year to, well, pretty much everything.

The game is a first-person dungeon crawler that allows for landscape or portrait mode play, and will have town-building elements. Fallout 76's world is apparently four times larger than Fallout 4 and one interesting location shown is a large university with a Vault Boy statue.

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