In following suit of previous id Software games, the long-awaited return of Quake has been announced by Bethesda with ‘Quake Champions’. With great successes of Wolfenstein: The New Order, and DOOM, it was a matter of time before Bethesda announced a return to the gory multiplayer franchise, having not been seen since Enemy Territory: Quake Wars in 2007.
The Elder Scrolls: Legends – New Strategy Card Game
Next in the showcase was The Elder Scrolls: Legends, a strategy card game we’d seen before from Bethesda.
The game will feature a narrative-heavy campaign as well as all the multiplayer modes, and will be coming to PC and phones later in the year.
Fallout 4 – Workshop DLC and Fallout Shelter
This is one that’s sure to please those who feel at home tinkering away and building in the Bethesda’s nuke-ravaged Boston. They announced two Workshop DLCs, one that’ll add contraptions like elevators and conveyor belts to the tool bag, and another that let’s players build their very own vaults.
There was also promise of substantial updates to Fallout Shelter coming soon.
One of the worst kept secrets in the lead up to Bethesda’s E3 presentation, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim’s remastered edition, it turns out, is very much a reality.
Along with clearly improved visuals and the inclusion of all downloadable content, Skyrim’s special edition will be mod-enabled, much like Fallout 4 was, so that gamers can get even more out of Bethesda’s most recent trip into the world of Tamriel this time around.
Bethesda announced Prey, a reboot to the 2006 game of the same name.
Anticipated by fans, the development of Prey 2 had been long and storied, changing hands to Bethesda in 2009, and subsequently cancelled in 2014.
Doom and Elder Scrolls Online DLCs
These were very much expected announcements from Bethesda’s conference. A few bolted on extras for both Doom’s multiplayer mode as well as the addition of the Dark Brotherhood to The Elder Scrolls Online.
Not much to see here, honestly. But it’s certainly fan service, if nothing else.