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11 June 2018, 10:55 | Cameron Gross
Entertainment Software Association
Yes, that's right: a new Elder Scrolls.
It will have hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons.
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. Starfield, a new IP, is releasing sometime within the next two years if we are to assume based on Bethesda's track record.
Now in pre-production at BethesdaGame Studios, the acclaimed developers of Skyrim and Fallout 4. Utilizing touchscreen controls, players can tap to move and the combat system will respond to their specific movements and timings. And even though The Elder Scrolls VI is likely years away from its actual release, it does give us something to look forward to. For the time being, that is all we know about it.
Bethesda was on a roll at its E3 2018 event, where the company announced a whole bunch of games that the company is working on and we can expect to see in the future. The game is going to be optimized for both platforms and will offer the same experience as it did on mobile devices.
We also liked the game's sense of humour, as at one point a goon notices a TV laying on the floor and ends up watching an advert for an animatronic monster head. You can create players and use melee weapons and ranged weapons and magic, too.
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