One of E3 2018's biggest surprises came during Bethesda's press conference when it was announced that the next Elder Scrolls won't be the long-awaited sequel to Skyrim, but a mobile game subtitled "Blades".
Not much was said about the Break it Early Test Application other than it will be available somtime before the games release this Fall. However, just the concept of "Elder Scrolls, but science fiction" has me sold on the experience already.
The game will offer a ton of exciting features, many of which are unique to the Elder Scrolls franchise.
However, as we know, Starfield is being treated as a next-gen title, meaning that it's probably going to appear on the PS5, or whatever Sony's next system turns out to be.
If you want to try the game before it's released (and help Bethesda squash bugs), you can signup for the Elder Scrolls Blades beta right now.
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While on stage, Todd Howard mentioned that the map in Fallout 76 is four times larger than the map featured in Fallout 4. It will also be playable in a single-player mode, like the previous games. It's not for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Windows PC.
Offering dungeon crawling adventures, brutal online player versus player duels, and a story mode where you help rebuild a town, The Elder Scrolls: Blades promises to be a splendid hybrid of Infinity Blade and classic Elder Scrolls action.
Bethesda's first new IP in 25 years, Starfield was announced.
Fans of the Elder Scrolls series might recognize the name. You will take control of a Panzerhund and fire Nazis to aid the French resistance.
Although we have since been informed that despite the jokey tone, this Alexa version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is very real.
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