Bethesda at E3 2019: Deathloop and Ghostwire Tokyo enliven muted show

Carla Harmon
June 10, 2019

The E3 2019 Bethesda Showcase didn't have a new Elder Scrolls trailer, or even Starfield, but there were plenty of talking points for Griff and Ben to discus. From new Fallout 76 DLC, Wastelander and Nuclear Winter, to new Doom Eternal gameplay, it was a decent show.

Doom Eternal is out November 22 on PC, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch. It just isn't Elder Scrolls without suspect voice acting. Then if you're the proud owner of a Nintendo Switch console, you're soon going to be able to play The Elder Scrolls: Blades on Nintendo's hybrid console.

- The Elder Scrolls Blades coming to Switch in Fall 2019, and it will be free.

There's also improvements to jobs, solo arena battles, and - get this - full voice acting for all NPCs in towns and major quests. There was a lot of focus on how it was you, the fans, who made their games, both as fans turned developer and as fans turned players. They'll have to face off against two other players, each taking the role of a different demon.

Arkane Studios also happens to be assisting Machine Games with the next Wolfenstein spinoff, Youngblood. Set for release on July 26, Youngblood looks to be upping the action to a massive scale, and it might be on track to becoming the most intense and fun game of the series.

Other reports by iNewsToday