Published: Wed, June 13, 2018
Industry | By Terrell Bush

E3 2018: Bethesda Confirms Elder Scrolls 6

E3 2018: Bethesda Confirms Elder Scrolls 6

BIG WORLD GAME MAKER Bethesda has given Fallout 76 a proper reveal, showcasing a traditional 3D Fallout game mixed with online-only multiplayer.

Instead of a controller, you'll take on your enemies using your device's touchscreen.

Howard also announced that Fallout Shelter, the company's first mobile game, will also be available for free on PS4 and Nintendo Switch as of today. It's a similar model to the Destiny games, with additional emphasis on Fortnite-like base building. Despite the dark setting, it seems like the focus is on excessive violence that's more akin to something like Bulletstorm or Doom. Plus, Arkane Studios released a free update to all Prey owners last night that adds a casual Story Mode, an incredibly hard Survival Mode, and a New Game+ for everyone who beat the game but wants to jump back in.

The vocally anti-fascist Wolfenstein series is getting a sequel next year.

This time players will not in the pilot seat for controlling B.J. Blazkowicz to blast away some Nazis.

E3 2018: Watch the Halo Infinite reveal from Microsoft's event
The next Halo game, Halo Infinite , was revealed with a brief teaser trailer during Xbox's E3 press conference Sunday. Away from the game announcement, Microsoft also looped to beef up their existing digital initiatives.

"Believe me when I say you have to see this running on an iPhone X", Howard said from the E3 stage as the in-game footage rolled on the overhead.

Players will be able to experience the title in either portrait or landscape orientation on their smartphones, and gameplay will be split into three main areas. No release date has been set for the game as of yet. Described as a new "space epic" with strong singleplayer focus, Starfield is now in production phases and is actually in a playable state. Coming soon after the release of the Summerset DLC, Bethesda announced two more upcoming expansions; "Wolfhunter" and "Murkmire".

There is one thing we do know - the new Elder Scrolls has been confirmed by Bethesda and will feature an expansive environment with mountains, wilderness and probably all manner of things that'll kill you - in true Scrolls fashion.

Starfield will be a brand-new single-player RPG from the developer behind the Fallout and Elder Scrolls games. There was also The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Fans of the fantasy RPG series have been waiting a long, long time for this news as Skyrim, the previous entry in series, was released way back in 2011. What's more, the game will eventually be released for PC and consoles with cloud-sync support so players can pick up their progress on their home platform. There will be a free update that adds New Game+ and a survival mode for those seeking an extra challenge. Typhon Hunter will be playable on virtual reality platforms, as well. We have all of the latest news about The Elder Scrolls: Blades so keep reading to learn more about this huge mobile gaming announcement.

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