E3 2018: Bethesda teases new space epic 'Starfield'

E3 2018: Bethesda teases new space epic 'Starfield'

E3 2018: Bethesda teases new space epic 'Starfield'

GameSpot spoke to Bethesda Game Studios' creative director Todd Howard during the show and asked him about the possibility of Starfield skipping the PS4 and Xbox One.

A new Elder Scrolls game was also teased at the showcase.

Howard said Bethesda is gonna bring the game to as many platforms as possible, from mobile to console to PC to VR.

If you want to be among the first to play Elder Scrolls Blades you can pre-order the game via iTunes or Google Play ahead of the game's release date this later this year.

However, no further information on the game such as where the game will be set up or what story to be expected from it.

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While it is frustrating that it may still be several years before we see the next Elder Scrolls game, at least we know it's in the works. Where will we be going?

Howard confirmed Fallout 76 will be "entirely online" and the first Fallout game to have multiplayer, although players will still be able to play solo.

Blades is much different than Bethesda's mobile Fallout game, Fallout Shelter. Bethesda says the world of Fallout 76 will be four times larger than Fallout 4 giving you lots of space to build your settlement and launch attacks on your fellow survivors. The unique feature about this RPG is that unlike other RPGs on mobile where the game has to be played in landscape mode, Blades can also be played in portrait mode. The game is now in full production stage and a playable build of the game is available at Bethesda Game Studios.

Although we have since been informed that despite the jokey tone, this Alexa version of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is very real. Considering the terrain that we saw in the Elder Scrolls 6 trailer, being very mountainous with a castle visible, High Rock might be the best bet for where we go.

Instead of a controller, you'll take on your enemies using your device's touchscreen.

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