Other Bethesda announcements included Doom Eternal, a sequel to the much-enjoyed Doom reboot, and Wolfenstein Youngblood, a co-operative shooter featuring Jess and Soph, the twin daughters of series hero BJ Blazkowicz. For those true believers watching, a dream was finally answered as the most tantalisingly short reveal was used to close the show off: The Elder Scrolls VI.
Before you get excited, this isn’t Elder Scrolls VI (which was teased at the end). It’s actually a pretty slick looking game based on what we’ve seen thus far.
The whole game can be played either in either horizontal or landscape mode. So you set forth to exact your revenge while attempting to rebuild your city piece by piece.
More is expected to be announced on the game that will be coming to both Android and iOS.
By the look of things, though, it’s going to start its life on mobile. “Starfield is a game we have spent years thinking about and working on”, said Bethesda’s Todd Howard, “But we’re also building the game after that and it’s the one you keep asking about”. Thoughts about Nazis.Thoughts about Elder Scrolls: BladesThoughts about Elder Scrolls in general, really. I’d love the original Fallout on an iPad, but that’s just me. As E3 progresses we will make sure to keep you in the loop right here, so check back! It is releasing within the next two years on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.