The Bethesda E3 Showcase has taken place for the third year running and have been a welcome addition to the press conference line-up.
Bethesda VR has its own segment once more to showcase the two titles announced at last year’s event. DOOM VFR and Fallout VR will both be launching this year for HTC Vive. The DOOM title looks to be a collection of various experiences you can playthrough meanwhile Fallout you can play the full game from beginning to end in VR.
The Elder Scrolls Online will receive two new DLC packs later this year. Coming in August we have Horns of the Reach, bringing two new dungeons, new items and more. Coinciding with this piece of content the game will also get an update that will bring along new homes and holiday events as well as an additional Battlegrounds map and ruleset. Clockwork City is the second DLC pack on its way and will arrive later this year.
Skyrim is coming to Nintendo Switch that much was known already, we now know the game will feature amiibo support with one figure we know of, Archer Link. When you scan the amiibo, a treasure chest spawns into the world that contains the Master Sword, Hylian Shield and the Champion’s Tunic. Skyrim will also come to The Elder Scrolls Legends card game as an expansion called Heroes Of Skyrim. This will launch on June 29th.
Bethesda has announced they are teaming with outside developers to bring us Creation Club that will in turn provide more content updates for Fallout 4 and Skyrim. These content updates include new armour, weapons and even gameplay mechanics, launching summer 2017.
Dishonored gets a standalone game in the form of Death Of The Outsider. Coming September 15th, the story features a new playable character and who’s on an important mission which just might be to kill the Outsider.
A new character was announced for Quake Champions, B. J. Blazkowicz from Wolfenstein joins the arena shooter. Available now in open beta.
The Evil Within 2 is indeed a thing and was unveiled in the latter segments of Bethesda’s Showcase. Launching on Friday the 13th in October of this year, the survival horror game seeks to once again terrify players. Coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC.
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus closed out the show, B. J. Blazkowicz has a busy year ahead of him as he is back for The New Colossus. His goal this time around is to begin a revolution against the Nazi’s who have made base in the US. Releasing on October 27th of this year.
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