Bethesda’s E3 2019 Round Up

Bethesda’s E3 2019 conference came and went. Here’s the round up of what’s what.

They opened the show talking about the success of The Elder Scrolls: Blades and how it is doing well for mobile. So well in fact that a Switch version will be coming out this fall.

Fallout 76 is next up on the agenda with human NPC’s coming. These new characters are going to be trying to settle in the area. And of course what game is complete these days without a battle royale mode in a game. This new mode will be available to try to see what it has to offer.

Next up is Tango Gameworks Ghostwire Tokyo a horror adventure game. People are disappearing under mysterious circumstance right in front of other people. You’ll have to find out what’s happened and who exactly is behind this,

It wouldn’t be a Bethesda E3 conference without talking about The Elder Scrolls Online. The next expansion involves the group of dragon hunters and of course dragons.

Commander Keen is an old PC series involving side scrolling action and of course Commander Keen. It’s coming back in the form of a mobile game that stars the children of the famed commander.

There is of course the new expansion for The Elder Scrolls Legends the card game based around the Elder Scrolls series. There are new cards to help you win in your fight against other players.

Rage 2 will soon be seeing an expansion DLC and free weekly stuff dropping into the game. The planned content will expand the world and the game’s story.

Nazi’s better watch out. Wolfenstein has two games coming this year. The first is a VR game where you play as a hacker working for the French resistance. It will be called Wolfenstein: Cyperpilot and it launches on July 26, 2019. The other where you play as Wolfenstein’s daughters searching for him in Europe and taking on Nazi’s. Wolfenstein Youngblood also arrives on July 26, 2019.

In Deathloop you’re facing off against madness and another character. Your believe that if you murder this other character it will exit the loop of continually killing or being killed.

Bethesda is entering into the streaming video game wars with its project Orion. They believe the thing holding back streaming game is engine issues and this software will be the key to it resolving that. They’ll have a beta run of the software using DOOM 2016 for those that sign up for the Slayersclub but only for those that sign up tonight June 9th, 2019.

DOOM Eternal is next up with its usual madness and kill all and everything attitude. It’s coming November 22nd, 2019. Of course multiplayer is a big part of DOOM so they’ve created a new mode to play where two demons fight against a fully bulked up slayer.

That’s all there is for Bethesda’s E3 conference. I’ll link the entire showcase below, but please tell me what you thought of it? Personally I thought it was okay, dragged a bit here and there. Sadly nothing wowed me during the show. Could have been better, could have been worse. I think perhaps all of the cheering helped create a situation of weirdness that didn’t match what was shown.

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