E3 2018: Bethesda's Starfield May Not Release On Current-Gen Consoles

Starfield Bethesda’s Newest IP And Generation Title Sirus Gaming

Starfield Bethesda’s Newest IP And Generation Title Sirus Gaming

The game will take place in Paris as the girls hunt for their father, who has gone missing.

But it's all exciting nonetheless, and Bethesda will probably have lots more to show during the week.

Having said that, if visuals are your thing, Bethesda didn't leave you hanging, since they also announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades for mobile devices (and other platforms, but Alexa wasn't specified this time). Yes, they are actively developing The Elder Scrolls VI. First of all, you can forget that pillow you've been hiding behind from all the cringey behaviour as he is a games industry veteran who generally rules the stage, but most importantly, when he's about, it's usually because there are about to be some big announcements you'll want to sink your teeth into. But even more than that, Howard called Starfield a "next-generation" game. The game like its predecessor is set in a world that has lost 80 percent of its population to an asteroid strike. You can create an account if you don't have one. The previous major Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim, was released in 2011 and has since seen so many ports and re-releases that Bethesda's own showcase made an elaborate joke about the game coming to the Amazon Echo. Both teaser trailers were release to formally announce the games and establish their tone, Howard explained, but we could be in for a long wait before we see either of them. At its heart, this mobile game is a true Elder Scrolls title.

All in all, it's been a pretty eventful day and with Sony, SquareEnix and the PC Gaming show set for today and Nintendo tomorrow, there's still plenty more to come from E3 - and we'll have a full round-up of the entire lineup and thoughts later in the week. Along with the $20 add-on, there's a new patch for the game that adds a New Game+ mode, as well as a Survival mode that adds hazards like bleeding and the need to fret over your oxygen level.

So the switch to a multiplayer world that's online only could send diehard Fallout and Elder Scrolls fans into an apoplectic fit of rage; oh Rage 2 by the way, is another upcoming Bethesda published game that the company shed more light on at E2 2018.

The second was confirmation of the development of a game Bethesda itself admitted is the title it is most asked about by fans - a follow-up to The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim.

Could you get used to playing on your Echo? This is one of the biggest fantasy role-playing franchises out there, and this new mobile game is going to follow the same overall format. Like the classic mod Prop Hunt, it's up to the player to hunt down the mimics.

The Bethesda E3 Press Conference was definitely one for the history books.

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