Bethesda E3 2018 Round-up

With Bethesda already having revealed much of their lineup ahead of E3 2018, we were keen to get a closer look at some of these titles and to see what unannounced news was still to come.

Read on for more on Fallout 76, Rage 2 plus a few incredible surprises!

The Elder Scrolls VI

Release date: TBC

A surprise announcement at the end of the show, it received a rapturous ovation from the audience. We don’t know the details yet but that doesn’t matter right?? It’s a new Elder Scrolls game! As of yet there is no title as with ‘Oblivion’ and ‘Skyrim’, simply ‘The Elder Scrolls VI’.

DOOM Eternal

Release date: TBC

This one takes place on Earth folks! Unfortunately we didn’t get a look at any gameplay but it’s sure to be as fast-paced and brutal as the last entry in the series.

Fallout 76

Release date: 14th November 2018

With a surprise reveal last week, we were eager to hear more about Fallout 76 during the Bethesda briefing. With rumours of co-op and multiplayer brewing we couldn’t wait to hear more.

It’s true, Fallout 76 will be an online game. The game will focus on the multiplayer aspect, however it will also be playable in a solo form.

It will be out November 14th 2018.

Rage 2

Release date: Spring 2019

The revival of RAGE came as something as a surprise given the original game came out 7 years ago. After a series of teaser images we finally got our first look at the game in the form of a trailer which gave us our first taste of the reboot. Having whet our appetite, we were curious to see what Bethesda would show during their E3 2018 press briefing.

The game will arrive sometime during Spring next year. Gameplay was also showcased at the event and a further look at the Wasteland has left us looking forward to more!

Starfield

Release date: TBC

A brand new IP from the Fallout and Skyrim developer. We got a very brief look at this sci-fi themed game. We were simply shown a space station in space along with a planet and distant sun. Here’s the juicy bit though, the game is next-gen. That’s right, from what we hear this will be a game for the next consoles we see from Microsoft and Sony.

Wolfenstein Youngblood

Release date: 2019

A new Wolfenstein adventure is on the horizon, featuring¬†BJ Blazkowicz’s twin daughters. It is slated for release next year.

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