Fallout 76 is actually starting to look playable!
Bethesda held its E3 press conference on Sunday night and featured a look at some new games as well as a deep dive into Doom Eternal. Check out everything that was announced below.
The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be coming to the Nintendo Switch for free this Fall with the ability to play with motion controls.
A free update for Fallout 76 called Wastelanders is coming featuring long-awaited features such as Human NPC’s, a new main quest, choice and consequences, as well as new weapons and gear.
A 52 player Battle Royale mode for Fallout 76 called Nuclear Winter was announced and will be available in a preview during it’s free to play week from June 10th - 17th.
A new action-adventure game from Tango Gameworks was announced called Ghostwire Tokyo.
Two new updates for Elder Scrolls Online were announced called Dragonhold and Scalebreaker.
Zenimax Studios announced a brand new free to play mobile game they are working on called Commander Keen, a remake of a PC title from quite some time ago. It will have a soft launch this Summer.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a new mobile card game, was announced and it is available right now.
A new update for Rage 2, called Rise of the Ghists, is coming starting this week featuring new enemies, vehicles, cheat codes, weapons and a new story.
Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, a VR Wolfenstein experience, was shown and will be available to play in July.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood, a co-op Wolfenstein experience, was shown and will be available on July 26th.
Arkane Lyon announced that they are working on a new first person action game called Deathloop. No release date was given.
Orion was announced, a new streaming technology which allows you to play games on mobile anywhere and you can be one of the first to try it by signing up for the Doom Slayers club.
Doom Eternal was shown extensively and a release date of November 22nd was announced alongside a Collector’s Edition with a wearable helmet.
A Doom Eternal multiplayer mode was announced called Battlemode. More details will be revealed at Quakecon.