Bethesda really rocked this year’s E3 with some great games. While most of the triple-A titles were already expected, games like Elder Scrolls Blades and Elder Scrolls 6 shocked most of the audiences.
Although the company showcased tons of exciting titles, we highlight three of the biggest announcements from Bethesda at E3 2018.
Fallout 76 Hitting stores this November
Fallout 76 is going to hit stores on November 14, 2018, which was announced at Bethesda E3 2018 conference.
The Director of Bethesda Game Studios Todd Howard said that the online multiplayer game will have a beta where gamers can compete with one another.
The game starts in the year 2102; this takes place just 25 years after the bombs fell. The game is said to tell the story of first people who left the vault. Both single player and multiplayer mode are available for the players to experience.
Further, we got the chance to see Vault 76 which was referred in Fallout 3 and 4, built for humanity to survive a nuclear apocalypse. The trailer unveiled that the players can choose different roles for their characters and fight off different monsters.
In the conference, Howard said, “You’ll be able to join your friends whenever you want and all your progression will go with you”. He also stated, “When we think about games, we think about worlds and choices that you can make”.
The Elder Scrolls Blades make its way to mobile
Personally, this was not expected by us that The Elder Scrolls, an RPG, single player game, would be launched on mobile.
Bethesda promises a console quality graphics on a mobile game with a tap to move controls and dual stick options. Players can enjoy the experience that they get on PCs and consoles of the elder scrolls game.
The game can be pre-ordered on Google play and Apple Stores now and is set to launch this fall.
The Elder Scrolls 6 teased
The developer of Bethesda Game Studios, Todd Howard showed a 30-second clip of Elder Scrolls 6. The clip didn’t give us the detail about what the game is about and other details like the game setting. The date of its release was not announced.
Alongside the aforementioned triple-A titles, Bethesda also showed trailers for fan favorites like Doom 2, Rage 2, and Wolfenstein: Youngblood.