Bethesda’s E3 show was filled with massive announcements, from a proper look at Rage 2, an unveiling of Doom 2, and the premiere of The Elder Scrolls VI!
Catch up on every announcement below!
Rage 2 kicked off the show with Andrew W.K’s energetic performance of “Ready to Die”, before an extended look at the game’s Eden Space Port mission.
Next up was a look at the redesign of card playing game Elder Scrolls Legends, which is coming to PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.
Bethesda’s huge online role playing game will get a new piece of story DLC later this year when it takes us back to Blackmarsh!
Hell comes to Earth in this super sequel that has our trigger finger itching in delight.
Old school shooter fans got a blast from the past with a new look at the evolving world of Quake Champions!
Co-op comes to Wolfenstein in this sequel, where you play as BJ’s twin daughters, who are on the hunt for their dad in Nazi-occupied Paris in the 1980s. A VR spin-off, called Wolfenstein Cyberpilot, was also announced.
There was a lot of Prey announcements during the show, with a free update and two DLC expansions revealed, with Mooncrash getting a stylish trailer and Typhon Hunter announced as being playable in VR.
Okay, this was a joke trailer, but we would totally play Skyrim on a fridge…
Whew, there was a lot of Fallout 76 details, including the fact it will be an online experience where every person you encounter is a real player. Plus, Fallout Shelter is out now on PS4 and Switch for free!
An entirely new type of Elder Scrolls experience built for mobile and VR, Blades is a new Elder Scrolls story that will be out this autumn.
This mystery new game sees Bethesda heading to space, and will appear on “Next Gen” consoles according to Bethesda’s Todd Howard.
What a way to end the show! Bethesda gave us a first glimpse of the next Elder Scrolls game to round off their huge evening.