One of the shorter conferences of the E3 Expo, Bethesda spent about thirty minutes showcasing what new projects they have in development.
Fallout VR & DOOM VR
Fallout 4 will be entirely playable in VR, and more importantly, that VR version is coming October of this year. Doom VR looks like a bit of a one-way-ticket to vomitville, but that doesn’t mean I won’t play it.
The Creation Club
The new Creation Club will allow Bethesda to create mods and other content for Bethesda games. Its service will cater exclusively to mods for Fallout 4 and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim with add-on content created by developers and community members alike. You’ll have to spend credits to download new content. It’s a safe bet that those credits will cost money.
The Elder Scrolls
The Elder Scrolls Online gave us a closer look at the Morrowind expansion. The Elder Scrolls: Legends announced new arena and competitive modes as well as Dark Brotherhood story content. Finally, Bethesda brought us a trailer for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on the Nintendo Switch.
Dishonored: Death Of The Outsider
Dishonored 2, will receive its first piece of DLC on September 15th. A standalone adventure Death of the Outsider, star Daud and Billy Lurk. As they take take on the black-eyed god responsible for the supernatural powers that Corvo and Emily possess.
The Evil Within 2
On Octoberthe 13th, players will be able to get their hands on The Evil Within 2. A sequel to the 2014 horror title developed by Shinji Mikami.
Wolfstein II: The New Colossus
BJ Blazkowicz survived the end of The New Order. Along with a surprising number of the main cast from the first game. Bethesda showed off a fair chunk of the game in their big trailer. It’s out on October 27th.
A new installment in the classic Quake series, Quake Champions, is set to open beta soon. Quake Champions will be largely showcased at the Quake World Championships at QuakeCon on August 26th in Dallas, where players will compete for a one million dollar cash prize.