Bethesda at E3 2018: Doom and Elder Scrolls get sequels

June 11, 2018

Here’s a rundown of some of the upcoming games from Bethesda.

Following Microsoft’s announcement of games coming to the Xbox One and Windows 10, Bethesda had their time to shine as it showcased some of the new games it is working during E3 2018. We finally get sequels to fan favorites along with a brand new game. Here’s a roundup of Bethesda’s announcements:

Rage 2 – We get a better look at Rage 2 that gives off a Mad Max feel to it – and we can’t wait to play it!

Doom Eternal – The sequel to the awesome reboot released in 2016 will literally bring ‘Hell of Earth’.

Prey – The game will get a new game model along with a new paid DLC that they say is ‘infinitely replayable’.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood – This new game is set in the 1980s and you play BJ and Anya’s twins.

Fallout 76 – We now have confirmation that Fallout 76 will be an online game and features one of the biggest maps in the Fallout series.

Starfield – This new sci-fi game was teased during the keynote, though it is still in its early stages of development and it looks like it’s being prepped for the next-gen consoles.

The Elder Scrolls VI – Bethesda concluded the keynote by announcing the next Elder Scrolls game. No word yet on when it will release, but at least we know it’s in development.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
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