What we can be sure of is we won't be seeing much in the way of the upcoming "Elder Scrolls 6" or "Starfield", according to Bethesda studio director Todd Howard. Now that we have a moment to catch our breaths, how about we go over everything Bethesda covered? Last year's big release, Fallout 76 can be considered nothing short of a failure for the publisher. A brand new expansion called Wastelanders is set to change the game for the better, adding human NPCs, new rewards, dialogue trees, and more. But while Blades took four years to materialize, Lafferty says that at a conceptual level, it was designed right there with Fallout Shelter.
And so they dressed up the entire show with feel good words and imagery about how everything that Bethesda do is for the fans, and they managed to stuff the hall with overly exhuberant and loud fans (possibly encouraged to shout at presenters in excitement after Keanu Reeves' "You're breathtaking!" moment during Microsoft's press briefing). They announce solo arena battles, a custom jewelry system and dragon questline are coming to the game tonight.More news: Russian Federation to create its own Chernobyl series that blames Central Intelligence Agency for disaster
A further mode coming this fall will include PvP, guilds, and allow you to visit your friends' towns.More news: Uber Air's $100 'flying taxi' rides between Melbourne CBD and airport
GhostWire: Tokyo is the new game from Tango Gameworks. You see, it's an action-adventure title; one where you'll fight paranormal activities and battle against supernatural entities in the city of Tokyo.
For some, a release date would be enough, but there's no doubt that the cult fanbase that this game series has attracted since its launch in 1994 has become restless, as the last installment from the franchise was released over 8 years ago. The first, Scalebreaker, releases this August. But it's unknown what else may be shown during the event. May 2001. That's a really long time ago. "Soft launch" this winter on iOS and Android. With a final video containing a few more thanks from Bethesda staff, the conference comes to a close.More news: Mexican Ambassador says U.S. and Mexico will 'work together'
Elder Scrolls Blades will be playable with motion controls or standard physical Switch inputs, both in handheld mode and on TV. The new expansion will be coming this month on June 27. It's called Moons of Elsweyr, so if you enjoy your strategy card games and Legends hits the spot, June 27 will have even more of it for you. This will be a return of an old PC game developed by ID Software in the 90's.