Bethesda's sci-fi survival horror game Prey just received a free update, released on the same night as its announcement.
Bethesda has reportedly been talking about making Starfield for years now.
You can play Blades by holding your phone horizontally like most games of its nature, but Bethesda is also letting you go through the whole thing with your phone in portrait mode.
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At the same time, Square Enix will also unveiled a number of new trailers for the game at E3 2018 later this week. Since then, multiple trailers have been released with more information about worlds, characters, and story.
Todd Howard announced during his time on-stage at Bethesda's showcase that The Elder Scrolls would be joining the mobile market with a game called The Elder Scrolls: Blades. You're not likely to see a "2" after all those, as people are trying to move you to the next version of those games. I'm not a Gears fan myself, but it's awesome seeing Funko's Pop! figures coming to life in the short teaser trailer we got. You will play as one of BJ's twin daughters, Jess and Soph, as you search for your missing father in Nazi-occupied Paris. Skyrim was originally released in 2011, and Oblivion in 2006, but we'd say TES 6 won't surface until at least 2020. The game will take place in Paris as the girls hunt for their father, who has gone missing. In the old model of games shipping, getting played and then going away - and that was all of the games - a console transition was an easy step-function. TES Blades will centre around a mixture of handcrafted and procedural dungeons, with players swiping and tapping their screen to hunt for treasure and fight all manner of ghosts and ghoulies - as well as collecting resources to build up their town base. Taken together, this represents a doubling of Microsoft's wholly owned game studios. Abyss is an endless roguelike experience while Arena sees you do battle against other real players. No, you won't be able to yell Fus-Ro-Dah at your smart fridge or Amazon Echo device, but hey, you will be able to play a brand new game set in The Elder Scrolls' universe on your smartphone! Starfield is the first new franchise in twenty-five years from the acclaimed developers of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series.
The long-rumored title was officially confirmed by Bethesda with a teaser trailer near the end of the presentation.