Bethesda announces The Elder Scrolls 6

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The game will also feature 6 different regions, all coming with unique risks, new creatures, including some that have been inspired by West Virginia's folklore. And expansions Mooncrash and Typhon Hunt are on their way later. Youngblood stars B.J. Blazkowicz's twin daughters and takes place in the 1980s.

Bethesda's Todd Howard did confirm that the game is playable solo, but also that he wanted to see what Fallout would look like in multiplayer. Howard mentioned that Fallout: 76 has 16 times the detail of the previous Fallout game, and the online play will be completely seamless on Bethesda's dedicated servers. Fallout 76 is one of the most highly anticipated games of 2018, so we're sure that plenty of players will be more than eager to jump in and experience it ahead of release. You can check out the official E3 trailer below as well as one for the game's Fallout 76 Power Armor Edition. The developer announced it's heading to both the PlayStation 4 and the Switch.

Bethesda is bringing its "other" property to phones, too. The first of these is an original IP called Starfield, which is set in space.

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This is Elder Scrolls VI the latest big-ass, open-world fantasy RPG in Bethesda's long-running and beloved series.

Bethesda's Matt Firor promised two new pieces of downloadable content (DLC) for The Elder Scrolls Online: Wolfhunter, a dungeon-based DLC, and another story-based DLC that takes players to the Black Marsh for more Argonian lore.

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