E3 2018: Bethesda shows off 'Fallout 76,' 'The Elder Scrolls VI'

Judy Cobb
June 13, 2018

Yesterday we reported that Bethesda teased E3 goers with a brief trailer for The Elder Scrolls 6. Sadly we didn't get a subtitle that clues us in to where this next entry will be set. In celebration of E3 2018, those who pre-register between Sunday, June 10th and Friday, June 15th will receive an exclusive helmet and sword when the game launches worldwide this autumn. What followed was a very short trailer with a land mass slowly coming into view, with the iconic Elder Scrolls music being played in the background.

That is a very long time to wait, and will put nearly 15 years between the launch of Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls 6.

And that was it. For the very first time ever, take your rightful place as the Dragonborn of legend (again) and explore Skyrim using the power of your own voice... and Amazon's Alexa. Howard explained that The Elder Scrolls: Blades will feature both "hand-crafted" as well as procedurally-generated dungeons. There's no ETA, no platform announcement, nothing.

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Although it came out in Japan last year, it will finally make its way to the United States on September 4th of this year. With an emphasis on a sword obtained the protagonist seems to gain the ability to fight back the darkness.

The rest of the interview is worth a listen if you're stilling buzzing from that showcase and want more information about everything shown, too. And we think that it might not be released on the Xbox One or PlayStation 4. Finally, we see the name of Starfield. Until we know for sure we can not make any speculations. There's basically no info outside of know the game exists. Announced back in 2012 by CD Project Red, the creators of the Witcher 3, Cyberpunk 2077 is a post-apocalyptic action RPG with spectacular visuals and a believable game world rather than what to expect from the title. This would put The Elder Scrolls VI releasing no earlier than 2020.

Two other game modes were revealed as well: Arena, where duals can be initiated with other real-life players, and the Abyss, a rogue-like experience that gives players an unending dungeon to go through. You'll even be able to visit your friends' towns.

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