After weeks spent wondering whether Starfield or The Elder Scrolls VI would be the big game to round out Bethesda's E3 2018 showcase, the publisher did the unthinkable and confirmed both projects as the final exclamation point on their conference.
After a long period of speculation and rumor, Bethesda officially revealed Starfield, its upcoming science-fiction game. Additionally there was news of its first new IP in 20 years - a sci-fi game called Starfield.
We Happy Few, a dystopian game where people live a life of lies by taking Joy pills, got a new trailer as well as a release date at Microsoft's E3 conference today. It's a massive first-person role-playing game with console-quality graphics. No release window timeline or exact details have been announced thus far. The Elder Scrolls Online, while popular, has hardly kept their hunger for a sequel at bay. Bethesda didn't have much to show us on this front, but The Elder Scrolls VI was announced, albeit with a short 36-second trailer showing off the setting.
Putnam’s office failed to do background checks for a year
But, the Department claimed that it had properly handled their employee's malfeasance upon learning of his failure. In 2012, Putnam held a press conference to celebrate Florida's one millionth issued concealed weapons permit.
Starfield is a next generation title, so won't launch until we see the PS5.
Arena: Go 1 on 1 in a PvP mode against other players. If you're die-hard for the Fallout games, I'm sure you've already put in you pre-order although there's now no release date yet. With a rather minimalist interface that's not unheard of when it comes to Bethesda games, intuitive control system and new combat mechanics, The Elder Scrolls: Blades will boast procedurally-generated levels and. well, character customization, of course! Skyrim was originally released in 2011, and Oblivion in 2006, but we'd say TES 6 won't surface until at least 2020. We'll keep updating this whenever new information is revealed, so treat it as a base for news and speculation. On-screen magicka, health, and stamina bars, loot, treasure, and inventory and leveling menus all will feel right at home to anyone who's recently played other Elders Scrolls games.