At the 2019 Electronic Entertainment Expo, Bethesda announced a slew of new games and big updates coming to its current lineup.
Among the list are titles from the makers of Dishonored and The Evil Within, as well as Doom Eternal, Commander Keen, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, and more. Others such as Fallout 76 and Rage 2 are getting more content to boot.
Following 2016's Doom, Doom Eternal will take the player on yet another action-packed adventure, annihilating one demon after another. It's also bringing a new multiplayer mode called "Battlemode" that puts one player in the shoes of the Doom Slayer and lets two others play as demons in a one-against two match.
It's set to roll out on Nov. 22 for the PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.
Bethesda is improving Fallout 76 with two free updates in the foreseeable future. Coming out this fall, Wastelanders adds human NPCs and a main quest with dialogue trees. Meanwhile, the other one is called Nuclear Winter, and it's going to bring a battle royale mode to the mix that pits 52 players against one another. Players will get a sneak preview at the new mode between June 10 and 17, and during that time, the game itself will be available for free.
There are a lot of things coming to Elder Scrolls. For starters, Elder Scrolls Online is getting two new DLCs called Scalebreaker and Dragonhold, and a new expansion called Moons of Elsweyr is heading to Elder Scrolls Legends on June 27. What's more, Elder Scrolls: Blades is making its way to the Switch.
This is made by the minds behind The Evil Within Tango Gameworks. There's not much to go by, but the player will be tasked to figure out why thousands of people disappeared in Tokyo.
Arkane Lyon is launching another first-person action game. Just like Dishonored, players will get to decide however they want to play and hunt down baddies on an island. From the look of things, one character is out to protect the looping time "cycle," while the other is out to break it.
ZeniMax Online Studios, aka the folks who made Elder Scrolls Online, is reviving Commander Keen as a mobile game for the Android and iOS platforms. It's scheduled to be in testing this summer, but there's no word on how to participate just yet.
The Wolfenstein franchise is getting a virtual reality game and a multiplayer co-op title. In Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, players take on the role of a French Resistance hacker in VR, and it's coming sometime this July. On the other hand, Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a co-op title that will let players play as B.J. Blazkowicz's twin daughters. It's slated for a July 26 release.
A lot of content is set for Rage 2, and a new expansion called Rise of the Ghosts is scheduled to come out sometime this year.
Bethesda highlighted all of its game announcements at E3 2019 in a blog post, and it also mentioned Project Orion, a technology that's touted to allow players to stream with lower latency and bandwidth.