Bethesda Brings The Elder Scrolls: Legends To Switch

The Elder Scrolls: Blades

Watch Bethesda's E3 2018 press conference here

If we're interpreting all that properly, that means that Starfield will hit whatever the next generation of consoles is (the PS5, the XBOX Two or whatever the hell they call it, and so on), followed by Elder Scrolls VI.

Starfield is described as the first new franchise in twenty-five years from the acclaimed developers of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series.

There's no release date yet, but the fact that Bethesda included Switch in its list of consoles during the debut is exciting alone. What's more, you can change things up depending on what kind of combat style you want to go for, and take out foes with a combat system that involves slashes, blocks and more. Also announced was the total number of players for The Elder Scrolls Online to be at 11 million, 1 million of those joining in the past year alone.

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What are you expecting to see at Bethesda's conference - and what would you love to see? It is a new game that offers base building features, PvP, PvE, and a full story mode.

The game contains PvP-which is also cross-platform, meaning a PC player can play against an iOS one. Dying Light 2 is a zombie survival game that builds a better story based on choice and effect on top of the gore and terror of the first game in the series.

RAGE is back with a massive bang; id Software has put Avalanche Studios in charge of the new game it is coming together beautifully. You fight monsters with swords, ranged weapons, and magic by swiping the screen. One of the abilities we saw allowed the player to teleport like Overwatch's Tracer; switching weapons at the same time and blasting the enemy up close.

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