Bethesda also announced a mobile game called The Elder Scrolls: Blades. It's obviously a far ways out, as Bethesda Game Studios Director Todd Howard says it's on track to release after Starfield, another intriguing game that was revealed tonight.
This is not a drill: The Elder Scrolls VI is officially in development, and Bethesda shared the first trailer for the game at E3 2018. The game is a "massive first-person role-playing game" and will be the second Elder Scrolls game to make it to mobile.
There wasn't any real information on it, except that it'll be a next gen game - i.e., that it'll be released for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two.
Fans have been waiting for Elder Scrolls 6 to be announced.
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Blades you play as one of the "empire's top agents", who returns home to find its been destroyed.
Bethesda will email you to let you know when you can play.
Aside from some free game mode changes available today, Prey will be coming out with two new pieces of DLC. The Walker uses different skills to take enemies and can select from a range of different weapons types - assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, and more.
You can't expect to push out hit game after hit game every year and not see any fatigue. You're forced into exile, and you'll be exploring hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons as you play. However, we have a feeling that nothing about that footage is anywhere close to being finalised.
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The nation also has repaired ties with China after a setback in late 2016, a shift reinforced by Lee's visit to Beijing in April. Mr Trump wants Mr Kim to dismantle his nuclear arsenal entirely, thus giving up his only real deterrent and bargaining chip.