Elder Scrolls VI is on its way

Elder Scrolls VI is on its way

There's also a building component in Elder Scrolls Blades though we don't know too much about it yet.

According to Bethesda Game Studios' Todd Howard, who most assume is serving as director on one or both of these games, Starfield is a new franchise for the developer.

Big fans of the series will also get the chance to participate in a beta for the game.

Players will be able to experience the title in either portrait or landscape orientation on their smartphones, and gameplay will be split into three main areas. Fallout Shelter, the vault-management sim that's been a breakout hit on mobile, is playable right now on the Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Howard even jokes that it's the ideal game to secretly play while in a meeting or other situations where it's OK to use a phone but not OK to play. The online retailer is offering physical copy pre-orders of Fallout 76 for $48 right now, $12 off the standard $60 price for new games. For starters, Bethesda has announced The Elder Scrolls VI, but the studio didn't stop there.


The collectible card game Elder Scrolls Legends was announced for consoles. On being asked about the Modding situation for TES games, Hines quoted "People can continue to do whatever the hell they want, have fun, it's modding, play with what you want, create what you want, go nuts" in an interview with Tek Syndicate at last year's PAX West.

The first details of the game were revealed on stage during the company's press conference before the E3 video games convention, which begins on Tuesday. Doom Eternal doesn't have a release date, but we'll see the first gameplay on August 10th.

So far E3 has delivered some very exciting news for gamers, and Bethesda really brought it this year.

"Of course you can play this solo". This had led to speculation and debate in the game's community that the setting could be Hammerfall, Akavir, or High Rock in the land of Tamriel. In-game combat incorporates roleplaying elements like loot, stats and magic, while also offering multiple ways to utilize the real-time combat system, from controllers, to a mouse and keyboard, to a series of swipes and taps on mobile to guide your weapon's strikes and ripostes. All in first person, with "console graphics" (it looks better than Oblivion, not as good as Skyrim), this will be full-blown open world RPG packed full of both hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons and missions.

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