Bethesda announces TES 6 at E3

  • Bethesda announces TES 6 at E3

Bethesda announces TES 6 at E3

They were peppered with smaller reveals for Quake Champions, The Elder Scrolls Online and more card games, before Bethesda gave the briefest of hints at their future with a brand new IP called Starfield.

Mobile gaming is insane big these days.

The full game will be playable in landscape or portrait mode.

The second was confirmation of the development of a game Bethesda itself admitted is the title it is most asked about by fans - a follow-up to The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim. It seems that you are going to get the complete role-playing experience with this game, but everything is optimized for mobile.

Fallout 76 will now allow players to build settlements and interact with other players in an always online platform.

Like many fans, I spent the last few minutes of Bethesda's E3 conference hootin' and hollerin' as my dreams came true when the words "The Elder Scrolls VI" came into view.

Fallout 76 is the latest game in the Fallout series but also the earliest chapter, chronologically. And after seven long years, we are finally able to hear about the next part which is Elder Scroll VI.

The well-received Doom reboot will also be seeing a sequel in Doom: Eternal. There will be a lot of game modes as well with this mobile release. So you might be playing one-handed on your mobile phone against someone else half way around the world who's donning a VR headset.

Quake Champions is getting a free event where if you buy it this week you can play it for free even after the trial period is over.

The game's plot is relatively simple: the player takes control of a member of the Blades, an exiled group of "the empires top agents", who upon arriving home realises it has been destroyed and needs to be rebuilt. Are you more excited about The Elder Scrolls: Blades coming out for iOS and Android? While both trailers were little more than logo reveals, Todd Howard went on the YouTube E3 stream to provide some additional information.

Instead of a controller, you'll take on your enemies using your device's touchscreen. While the game is designed for the iPhone, we're told that they'll be aiming to support it on other devices as well as PC and console.

Typhon Hunter will be a free update for owners of the Mooncrash DLC, which is out now.

Starfield is set to be a first-person Sci-fi adventure game, which appears to be somewhat reminiscent of 2001: A Space Odyssey in terms of aesthetics and soundtrack.