Everything Bethesda announced at E3 2018 – Rest in Peace Our Wallets

There’s no denying that E3 2018 has been one of the biggest events in the history of gaming. Bethesda has been at the forefront of it all, announcing games left right and center. Here’s a look at everything they announced.

From the very first open world multiplayer Fallout survival RPG, to four Elder Scrolls announcements, and everything in between, there’s a lot to get through.

However, we’ve included details on absolutely everything Bethesda has shared during E3 2018. You’ll want to fasten your seatbelts because this is going to be one very action packed ride.

Fallout 76

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Easily one of the top announcements during the entire E3 event, Fallout 76 is a brand new multiplayer survival RPG game. It’s the first time Bethesda has taken one of its loved franchises into the world of multiplayer, and it looks absolutely phenomenal.

Bethesda shared a lot of information about the game, so you’ll want to read through our full overview of Fallout 76 to check everything out.

To summarize it, imagine Fallout 4 but in a map that’s four times bigger, more colorful, and with the option to play with or against other people. Base building will play a big part, and singleplayer play is still an option.

Fallout 76 will be launching on November 14, 2018.

Elder Scrolls VI

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Yes, Elder Scrolls VI was announced. It’s the first time we’ve seen both a full Fallout game and full Elder Scrolls game showcased during the same E3 event. We have to say, we’re quite impressed.

It won’t be a long time until we get to see more about Elder Scrolls VI, however. The trailer was very short and showed very little gameplay. Rumors suggest that Elder Scrolls VI may be set in High Rock, but so far we have not been able to get a confirmation from Bethesda.

Rage 2

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Rage 2 was one of the most exhilarating games to see during Bethesda’s E3 2018 conference. We got to see a good chunk of gameplay showcasing the Mad Max style open world that Rage 2 is based in.

Rage 2 is basically as chaotic and over the top as you could possibly imagine. Big guns, massive explosions, blood, exploding limbs, you name it.

Doom Eternal

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The Doom remake that everybody loved back in 2016 will be getting a sequel and it’s called Doom Eternal. We don’t know much about Doom Eternal besides that it will be a direct sequel to the last game.

We do know that we will hear more about Doom Eternal and will hopefully see some gameplay during QuakeCon on August 9.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades

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The first of many Elder Scrolls announcements at Bethesda showcased a new mobile game called The Elder Scrolls: Blades. Now, I know what you’re thinking. Mobile games aren’t exactly that impressive, but this comes from the same people who made Fallout Shelter.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades looks surprisingly sophisticated for a mobile game. In Blades, you get to explore dungeons, fight enemies, collect loot, and level up your character. You will use a combination of swiping and tapping to attack and defend attacks.

The Elder Scrolls: Blades will be available on Android and PC in fall 2018. It should also come to other platforms too.


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Starfield is a new IP from Bethesda that we know very little about. It is rumored that Starfield will be a shooter/RPG game and it may be sci-fi.

We know that Bethesda does open world RPG games best and now that CD Projekt Red is working on a futuristic RPG with Cyberpunk 2077, we’re sure that Bethesda will want to try to out-do them.

Unfortunately, we will probably be waiting a long time before we can actually get our hands on Starfield. Even still, it’s good to know that new universes are being built at Bethesda.

Quake Champions

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We’ve seen a lot of Quake Champions already, but we got even more to gawk at during Bethesda’s E3 conference.

This time, we got to see a variety of different champions within the game and how each of their abilities differ.

The developers working on Quake Champions mentioned that they are dedicated to making the game become a true esports title, so a lot of work is being done to add new features.

Whilst Quake Champions is still in closed early access, you can play it now up until June 17 for free. If you download it this week, you won’t have to pay the $30 price tag once it leaves early access either.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends

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Bethesda announced at E3 that The Elder Scrolls Legends will be launching this year. The game will also hit the Switch, the Xbox One and the Ps4.

For those unaware, The Elder Scrolls Legends is a trading card game based upon the Elder Scrolls universe that has been designed to compete with Gwent and Hearthstone.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset

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Bethesda showed off Summerset during E3 2018, so if you’re curious about whether to pick it up, make sure to check out the trailer above. Summerset is now available on PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

Summerset is the ancient homeland of the high elves and it’ll be home to dozens of hours of new content in Elder Scrolls Online, too.

Bethesda also mentioned that two new expansions were being worked on, one called Wolfhunter and one called Murkmire.

Wolfhunter will be a werewolf themed dungeon DLC and Murkmire will be a story DLC based in the Blackmarsh region. Both will be released later this year.

Prey: Mooncrash and Typhoon Hunter

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Bethesda announced more content for Prey in the form of two expansions, Mooncrash and Typhoon Hunter.

Typhoon Hunter will be available this summer and it will feature a new multiplayer mode. In Typhoon Hunter, one player will go up against 5 other players.

The 5-sided team must play Mimics and will be able to disguise themselves, similar to the AI Mimics already seen in Prey. Interestingly, this new update will be available in VR.

Prey owners will also be able to get access to the new also get to learn more about Mooncrash DLC right now. The trailer above explains everything there is to know about it.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood

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Wolfenstein: Youngblood will continue exactly where Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus left off.

We know that it will have the potential for two player co-op but it won’t be necessary. Besides that, we know very little other than what the trailer showcases above.
Fallout Shelter

The final announcement from Bethesda is in regards to Fallout Shelter. The popular free to play mobile game is now available on PS4 and Nintendo Switch. Like, right now.


What are your thoughts on Bethesda’s E3 conference this year? Which games are your the most excited about?