Bethesda Showed Strong Before E3 Even Began

Game developer Bethesda wowed fans and the gaming audience last night in an E3 pre-conference event.

One of the biggest draws to E3 this year is game developer Bethesda. Bethesda Softworks develops franchises such as Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, and DOOM. These three franchises have become iconic games for the gaming community, and Bethesda brought information on all three, and more, to E3 this year.


Last week, Bethesda teased the title of the new Fallout game, Fallout 76. Now Bethesda offered even more info about what fans can anticipate in the newest title for the beloved franchise. The biggest news is that the game will be played fully online. While the gameplay can be solo’d, the world will be connected and other player characters will be interacting with your Fallout experience. This is a first for the franchise, as it’s always been a single player survival game. Bethesda also stated that the world will be four times bigger than any other Fallout game before, and online interaction will be limited to dozens of players on the world servers rather than hundreds like traditional massively multiplayer games. Fallout 76 releases to PC and major consoles on November 14, 2018.

The Elder Scrolls

Bethesda teased the newest title of the Elder Scrolls franchise simply as The Elder Scrolls VI. Previous titles such as Skyrim and Oblivion are icons of the RPG genre, and the new title will surely follow in their footsteps. But, with nothing more than a title to go on, fans will have to practice patience as the game is in early developmental stages.


DOOM is a gaming classic from the early nineties. Celebrating it’s 25th year since the original MS-DOS release, DOOM promises a sequel is coming.

More titles teased by Bethesda includes Quake Champions, Starfield, Rage 2, and more.


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