E3 2018 | Bethesda shows off Fallout 76 and announces The Elder Scrolls VI
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Bethesda did not disappoint at the 2018 E3 trade event. Fallout fans will likely be excited about the prospect of a new title in the series; Fallout 76 is scheduled for release on November 14 and will be an online multiplayer game. The impressive official reveal trailer for the prequel shows Vault Dwellers having to cope with surviving in a country devastated by nuclear attack.
An extended gameplay trailer for Rage 2 was offered up, and it showed off the kind of destructive mayhem expected from this particular title. A sequel to 2016’s Doom was also announced at Bethesda’s conference. The game, called Doom Eternal, has been developed by id Software and naturally will feature an excessive amount of demon massacring.
Also on the E3 table were the announcements of Wolfenstein: Youngblood and The Elder Scrolls VI. The latter title was given a very brief but visually appealing trailer that does not offer many details in regard to the actual game but will still likely delight devotees of the popular fantasy franchise.
Starfield was on the list of games officially announced at the E3 show, but the teaser clip for the Bethesda project does not reveal very much about its gameplay. However, according to the studio it is a single-player space epic and will be the first entirely new franchise in 25 years for the American video game developer.
You can watch many of the latest Bethesda trailers and teasers from E3 2018 below.