Elder Scrolls VI Announced By Bethesda

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12 June, 2018

TES6 wasn't the only Elder Scrolls game announced last night, though.

Surprising news? Not exactly, but many industry observers have lingering doubts about the future of Microsoft-branded hardware under CEO Satya Nadella.

"But we're also building toward the game after that. and it's the one you keep asking about".

Oh yes, the sequel to Doom is coming.

One of these announcements was for a new property called Starfield, the first new IP from Bethesda for 25 years.

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Discover Starfield, the new space epic now in development by Bethesda Game Studios. Tease is the operative word here, because we have no gameplay footage, no word about the setting or story, no release date, and no console details.

Bethesda's Tod Howard announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades would have virtual reality (VR) compatibility and would be available on a huge range of platforms, from Mobile up to high-end PC VR.

However, it was the final announcement of The Elder Scrolls VI, the long-anticipated follow up to 2011's Skyrim, which subsequently took the internet by storm. However, it does seem like we're leaving the snow-covered world of Skyrim for a more diverse climate that somewhat resembles the world seen in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. In brief, it had new helpings of Doom, Wolfenstein, The Elder Scrolls, Rage, and Fallout to share information about. That particular product is actually real, and it's playable on Amazon Echo devices and mobile phones. The game-which was announced in late May-will deviate from the path of its predecessors, trading a single offline player for an open online world where every character a player encounters will be another live player. Taken together, this represents a doubling of Microsoft's wholly owned game studios.

Prey will also receive a paid DLC pack, Typhon Hunter, later this year, which will add an asymmetrical multiplayer game mode where one player as a human faces five other players menacing them as Typhon aliens.


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