The biggest announcements and trailers from Bethesda’s E3 2018 keynote

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It is possible that we already had knowledge of some of the great E3 games of Bethesda: the editor announced both Rage 2 and Fallout 76 before the show, but that does not mean that there was not There is not much to be excited about in the showcase of the company. There is a sequel to Doom a new Elder Scrolls and a new franchise called Starfield . Here is everything you could have missed if you did not understand the event live.

Doom Eternal is a sequel to the incredible restart of 2016

The fantastic restart of 2016 Doom is getting a sequel … and that's all we know so far. Bethesda announced Doom Eternal with a cinematic trailer, and says it will show the real game later this year on Quakecon.

Bethesda announces Starfield his long rumored sci-fi adventure [19659005] In addition to the usual Bethesda franchises, the company also unveiled its first new property in decades: Starfield a long one sci-fi epic rumored. It's a one-player game driven by history, but we'll have to wait to find out more about what kind of experience Starfield really is.

Bethesda taunts Elder Scrolls VI [19659007] Starfield was not the only ridicule of Bethesda: the developer also revealed The Elder Scrolls VI the next great entry into the fantasy role series. It is the follow-up of the beloved Skyrim and is (presumably) quite far from being released.

Look 7 minutes from Fury 2 & # 39; s intense Action style Mad Max

Post-apocalyptic shooter Rage 2 seems a mix of various games from the open world, all wrapped in a sandy Mad Max style. You can get your best look in the game in this 7 minute trailer.


This spooky Rage 2 collectable contains the voice of the party god Andrew WK

Andrew WK is contributing the music to the new Rage – he even appeared on stage at the presentation of Bethesda – but that is not the only way he lends his services to the franchise. The collector's edition comes with a horrible mask that speaks in the voice of the rocker, to help him better to the party all the time.

Collector's edition of Fallout 76 comes with a wearable armor helmet

If I'm looking for a slightly more sophisticated video game collector, the special edition of Fallout 76 will come with a helmet of functional power armor. It should go very well with your Fallout 4 Pip-Boy.

Fallout 76 is a single online game that explores the beginning of the post-apocalypse

In addition to its collector's edition, Bethesda also finally gave us a real look at [Fallout76 and the game was look fascinating It's an online only experience where players work together in small squads to survive in the wilderness. It's also coming out surprisingly soon: you can play the next Fallout in October.


Whoa, Fallout 76 multiplayer mode will allow you to attack other people's bases

One of the coolest things you can do in Fallout 76 is to get nuclear weapons real. Then you can use them to exploit the bases of other players. It's a great way to make friends in the wasteland.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood stars The twin daughters of BJ Blazkowicz killed Nazis in the Paris of 1980

Wolfenstein receives a spin-off, but this is not a Nazi protagonist -killer BJ Blazkowicz. Instead, you will play like your twin daughters, fighting in the Paris of the eighties. It will be released next year.

Watch Keegan-Michael Key play a "very special" Skyrim with Amazon Alexa

Even Bethesda is making fun of the multitude of ports for Skyrim . A silly video starring Keegan-Michael Key shows what the world would be like if the fantasy RPG could be played on Amazon's Alexa, or in a refrigerator.


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Fallout Shelter arrives at the Nintendo and PlayStation 4 switcher tonight

Surprise! Not only Fallout Shelter makes its way to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4, but it's also available tonight.

Bethesda is launching Prey and Wolfenstein Virtual reality games

Bethesda has been a big proponent of virtual reality, leading his biggest franchises like Fallout and Doom to virtual reality. Now he is doing the same with Dam and Wolfenstein which get spin-offs from VR.

The following Elder Scrolls is a beautiful mobile role-playing game named Blades

If it can not stand the inevitable long wait of Elder Scrolls VI Bethesda will also carry the series to the mobile this year. But this is not a cheap money income: Blades is a beautiful role-playing game created for smartphones, with a variety of combat styles and the kind of graphics you would normally see in a console. It's about iPhone and Android.

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