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Everything Bethesda Announced At E3 2019


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Bethesda’s E3 2019 show featured new games plus lots of updates for Doom, Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Wolfenstein and more. Even Commander Keen is back.


  • Ghostwire: Tokyo is the next game from Shinji Mikami’s studio (trailer).
  • Arkane Lyon’s next game is called Deathloop (trailer).
  • Doom Eternal is coming out on November 22 (trailer).
  • Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR game coming this July, and will put you in the role of a hacker in the French Resistance.

  • Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a co-op shooter in which you play as B.J. Blazkowicz’s twin daughters. That’s coming July 26.

  • The Id Software classic Commander Keen is coming back. A classic Saturday morning cartoon in free-to-play, mobile game form (trailer).

  • Rage 2 is getting a new expansion, “Rise of the Ghosts.” It’ll be out “later this year.” (trailer)

  • Bethesda is introducing “Orion,” developed by Id and “implemented at the game engine level” that lets games stream with lower latency. You’ll be able to test it out by joining the Doom Slayer’s Club.



While Bethesda acknowledged that Fallout 76 had a rough launch, it’s looking forward to the future, and a much-requested feature. A free new update called “Wastelanders” will add actual computer-controlled human NPC characters with “full dialogue trees” and a “new main quest.” It’ll be out this fall.


A new game mode called “Nuclear Winter” is a 52-player battle royale mode “born from the Fallout universe” and also born from the success of Fortnite. A “sneak peek” of “Nuclear Winter” will be available during the free-to-play period.


Elder Scrolls

Elder Scrolls: Blades is coming to Switch AKA “Switchblades,” as they called it on stage. The mobile game is coming to Nintendo’s system, with Joy-Con motion controls, this fall. It’ll be free to play, cross-play, and cross-progression with the mobile version. So if you’ve already been playing on the phone, you can pick up there where you left off on Switch. The mobile version will get a new update tonight with a “new dragon questline.”



Elder Scrolls Online is getting a “dungeon DLC adventure” called “Scalebreaker.”


Elder Scrolls Legends’ next expansion will be available June 27. It’s called “Moons of Elsweyr.”


Bethesda is still “hard at work” on Elder Scrolls VI, but that’s all it had to say about it.

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