Main Take-Aways About Elder Scrolls: Blades From Bethesda's E3 Conference

Main Take-Aways About Elder Scrolls: Blades From Bethesda's E3 Conference

It is unlikely that we'll see or hear much more about either of these two games for the next couple of years, but if you are a Bethesda fan, then there is plenty of reason to be excited for the future. The number of enemy types has been doubled, and the game seems to take place on Earth.

More importantly, Bethesda's creative director Todd Howard explained during the reveal that Bethesda has continued to explore unique experiences that aren't available on mobile. The "Abyss" game mode features infinite, procedurally-generated dungeons in which players see how far they can get, a PvP "Arena" mode lets you fight with other players, and a "Town" mode lets players build and upgrade their home town.

Another indication that The Elder Scrolls VI will be a while came when Howard explained Bethesda's development process and where its major projects are in that process. What's more, he says that it's definitely a single-player-focused game.

Congratulations, you're now pre-registered for The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Of course, the game could be set in any number of locations, such as the desert land of Hammerfell. Blades can be played in portrait mode and completely with one hand only.

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The Elder Scrolls VI was described as the game after that, so it is going to be even further out.

Just before the TES6 announcement, which closed out the show, the big guy teased fans saying that he wanted to show off something that the company had been working on for a long time. It's a new take on Fallout, but it's still a Fallout game. The game will be four times the size of Fallout 4 and feature "all-new graphics, lighting and landscape technology". Fallout 76 will be out in November, but the new Rage, Wolfenstein, and Doom games won't be out until 2019.

Could you get used to playing on your Echo? The DLC comes with additional game modes: Story, Survival, and New Game+. Howard was insistent that the game will be fully playable offline, but he also said that "every surviving human is a real player". Like the classic mod Prop Hunt, it's up to the player to hunt down the mimics. The studio has a habit of not announcing or showing games until they are just a few months from release, so the amount of interest led to a very short teaser trailer that creates more questions than answers. It's not for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Windows PC.

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