Bethesda has held their E3 2019 briefing. There was plenty of announcements and information to digest, but luckily for you we’ve compiled them all into one place. Here’s the full rundown of all of the announcements:
id Software has announced the return of the Doom Slayer with Doom Enternal, which will release on November 22nd. The title will be available on Xbox One, PS4, and PC, as well as Nintendo Switch and the soon to be released Google Stadia.
You can view the Official E3 Story Trailer below:
Along with the reveal came details of the Collector’s Edition of the game. The premium version comes, as you would expect, at premium cost. $199.99 will bag you the game with the various added extras, including a Doom lore book, lithograpth, Steelbook case, downloadable cosmetics, and most importantly a wearable Doom Slayers helmet. All that said, I still maintain that you have to be a bit of a helmet yourself if you’re forking out that much…
Fallout 76 had pretty much vanished from our thoughts after its dismal launch and shaky first few months. It seems that Bethesda isn’t prepared to sweep their online journey through the wasteland under the carpet just yet, however.
A new (and free) expansion titled Wastelanders will be released later in the year, featuring NPC’s! Yes, the wasteland will no longer be as empty, with ordinary people heading back to repopulate Appalachia.
As well as added NPC’s, a new main quest line will also be added along with new weapons and a 52-player battle royale mode. Original.
You can check out what Bethesda has planned for Fallout 76 in the E3 trailer below:
If the trailer has whet your appetite then why not check out the game for free? From June 10th to 17th, you can play Fallout 76 on all platforms for nothing.
Published by Bethesda and developed by Shinji Mikami’s Tango Gameworks studio (Evil Within), Ghostwire: Tokyo is a paranormal action adventure game where “strange disappearances hit Tokyo’s population”.
Here’s the Official E3 teaser trailer:
No information on a release schedule or what platforms Ghostwire: Tokyo would be available on were announced. As soon as they are, we’ll let you know.
Commander Keen will return, Bethesda has announced, launching on iOS and Android this summer.
The side-scrolling platformer will be free-to-play and is developed by Zenimax Online Studios, the studio behind The Elder Scrolls Online.
Here’s the E3 trailer:
From Arkane, the studio that brought us Prey and the Dishonoured series, comes a brand new title about two assassins.
Deathloop looks to be one hell of a stylish game. The two main characters in Deathloop are stuck in a time loop, with both out to kill each other.
Check out the stylish cinematic E3 trailer below:
Rage 2 hasn’t been with us for long and already we’re being treated to the first expansion.
The expansion is called Rise of the Ghosts, and will include a ton of new features to the game, including more story content, weapons, enemies, abilities, and new areas of the wasteland to explore. Before the expansions drops “later this year”, developers Avalanche Studios and id Software have also confirmed they will be supplying a steady stream of content with “new s**t dropping weekly”. Charming
You can check out what’s coming to Rage 2 in the E3 trailer below:
We don’t have to wait too long to get our hands on the new Wolfenstein title, with Wolfenstein: Youngblood releasing on July 26th.
That didn’t stop Bethesda dropping a brand new trailer and filling us in on some extra detail for their soon-to-be released shooter.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood will release on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, and PC next month.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades
The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be heading to Nintendo Switch this Autumn. In an announcement that excited exactly no people, Bethesda confirmed that Blades will support cross-play and cross-progression between Andriod/iOS and Nintendo Switch.
A new patch for Blades was also announced, which should be live now!
Here’s the short and not-so-sweet update trailer:
The Elder Scrolls: Legends
Card game The Elder Scrolls: Legends will be getting its latest expansion in June. Moons of Elsweyr will follow on from Aprils Alliance War expansion by expanding the library of cards. No exact details were given as to what would feature in the new expansion, nor was information regarding a console port, but it’s clear Bethesda hopes to bridge the gap between Legends and the ever-popular Hearthstone.
Here’s the Moons of Elsweyr E3 trailer.
That’s it for Bethesda’s E3 2019 briefing. We’re most excited about Doom Eternal, which looks like absolute carnage. What are you most excited about or most disappointed by from Bethesda’s briefing? Let us know in the comments below.