Those hoping for a glimpse of Elder Scrolls VI or the highly anticipated sci-fi adventure Starfield were left disappointed at Bethesda's E3 conference in Los Angeles on Sunday. He introduces creative game director Kira Schlitt to the stage, to talk about their new mobile game Commander Keen, which will be an animated adventure involving two kids. Even when honest. Plus, the focus on mobile was a little concerning and the lack of gameplay footage from the new game announcements was disappointing.
At Bethesda's E3 event, the presenters took some time to brag on the company's mobile game offerings.
What we are likely to hear about other than Doom Eternal are updates coming to Fallout 76, additional information on mobile title The Elder Scrolls: Blades, upcoming Rage 2 DLC, The Elder Scrolls Online, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, and possibly something new from Arkane Studios. They announce solo arena battles, a custom jewelry system and dragon questline are coming to the game tonight.
Elder Scrolls Blades will be playable with motion controls or standard physical Switch inputs, both in handheld mode and on TV. Did you think there weren't enough dragons in ESO? Bethesda didn't announce a release date for this one, but we wouldn't be surprised if it drops sometime during the summer. We're told it's the biggest Wolfenstein to date, and unlike The New Colossus, the trailer focused nearly entirely on gameplay instead of the story.
Bethesda revealed the release date of Doom Eternal, which is November 22, 2019. Youngblood is an alternate history game in which the Nazis won World War II.
Tango Gameworks has a new game they're cooking up, and it looks interesting. And we say weird, because a lot of this can be chalked up to marketing - and business speak. It'll have a multiplayer mode called "Battlemode". It pits one beefed up Slayer against two player demons, and it looks like it could be a lot of fun. And with Doom Eternal on the way, we know that things are going to be amped up in the show.