The Elder Scrolls VI is in pre-production, Starfield in a playable state

The Elder Scrolls VI is in pre-production, Starfield in a playable state

During the E3 gaming show this past weekend, it was announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades is coming to both iOS and Android.

Blades was just one of a slew of games detailed at a jam-packed Bethesda E3 conference, including Rage 2, Starfield and Fallout 76.

Mobile gaming is insane big these days. There's even a portrait mode to cater for players on smartphone. Players who were more into the story and talking will have to wait and see how 76 develops in that area when the game hits November 14 this year.

When talking about Starfield, Howard confirmed it would primarily focus on a traditional single-player experience. "Starfield is playable, Elder Scrolls VI.not in that way yet", Bethesda's Todd Howard said in a recent interview with Geoff Keighley. There also seems to be a heavy base-defense component to the game.

The developers have managed to distill The Elder Scrolls into its essential elements, providing the classic fantasy adventure expected by the fans with high-quality graphics and an expansive game world to be explored.

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The well-received Doom reboot will also be seeing a sequel in Doom: Eternal. Gears of War 4 is a Play Anywhere title meaning you can play it on Xbox One or Windows 10.

The Elder Scrolls 6 is the first mainline Elder Scrolls game in seven years, ever since The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim released in 2011, and the revamped "Special Edition" of the game was released back in 2016.

Elder Scrolls: Blades will release for mobile and VR devices in Fall 2018 for free.

Finally, "Dying Light 2" was revealed and showed the intriguing ecosystem of the game's setting, all of which forks and bends on whatever action you take and give each playthrough a unique flavour. The DLC comes with additional game modes: Story, Survival, and New Game+. Elder Scrolls: Blades, as the game is called, will put you in the shoes of one of the "empire's top agents", known as the Blades. We can see in the teaser that the land is near the ocean and has the tall mountains and ruins of High Rock. Prey: Mooncrash adds new game modes, including a semi-roguelike mode that randomizes enemy encounters, hazards, and equipment on every playthrough. It can be hard to bring a console or PC game to the mobile screen, so we are hoping that The Elder Scrolls: Blades turns out well.

Of course, next-generation doesn't necessarily mean that the games are in development for the next wave of consoles, but that they are built on the next generation of Bethesda technology.

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