The developer and publisher Bethesda has made some amazing announcements during their press conference at E3. We’ve made a summary of the major news, so keep on reading and find out more.
During their press conference at E3, Bethesda announced a lot of things that will happen this year. The news are regarding Skyrim, Doom VFR, Fallout 4 VR, Quake, TESL, Dishonored and 2 new games.
Nintendo Switch and The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim players can now dress up as Link from the Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. The players will have a motion control support as well, with Dawnguard, Dragonborn and Hearthfire add-ons.
Bethesda has also introduced two new VR games for 2017, DOOM VFR and Fallout 4 VR.
Quake and Bethesda are introducing a new hero to the fans, called B.J. Blazkowicz. This hero is a protagonist from Wolfenstein, who fought against the Nazi regime in America. In addition, Quake will have a WCT on August 26 in Dallas, Texas, during the QuakeCon. This will get you thinking: The prize pool is $1 million! Sounds great, right?
TESL comes next month to iOS and Android with brand new content. This content includes new Chaos Arena, in-game tournaments, and Dark Brotherhood story. Also, the player can expect new Skyrim expansion on June 29, called Heroes of Skyrim.
September 15 is the day when Dishonored 2 gets a new DLC, called Death of the Outsider.
For last, we have the two new games announced by Bethesda. The first game is a survival horror game, called The Evil Within 2 and the second is a first-person shooter game called Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. Both of them are scheduled for release in October and both are available on PS4, Xbox One and PC.
This is just the begging of E3 2017 and it looks great so far. Good job Bethesda!
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