Bethesda held a late night press conference at this year’s E3 at their self-styled amusement park called BethesdaLand.
Although there weren’t much of a surprise from Bethesda, they were able to move things along with a couple of announcements.
Here are some of the announcements:
Fallout 4 VR is coming this October and Doom will be the next game to upgrade to VR
The entire Fallout 4 game will be available in VR and it is set to release this October. On the other hand, Doom will also receive its VR game very soon.
Paid mods will now be introduced to Bethesda games via “Creation Club”
Bethesda will now allow other developers to create mods and contents for Bethesda games through this new feature called “Creation Club”. However, to access or download these content you will have to spend credits, which will be available against your money.
You will now be able to dress up as Link in Skyrim
The popular Legend of Zelda character will now make way to Skyrim as you can use Amiibo to dress up as Link on the Nintendo Switch.
New Dishonored adventure coming this September
A standalone adventure called Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is set to release on September 15, 2017. The new game stars a mechanically augmented Billie Lurk. She will also be accompanied by Doud, who was her old mentor.
The Evil Within 2 will release on Friday the 13th of October
The trailer of this game was pretty impressive. The gameplay looked a bit faster in the trailer than the original game. However it would be unfair to judge from the trailer, so let’s wait and watch.
Fingers crossed for the exciting looking Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Bethesda showed a very big trailer of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and it looks great. The game is set to release in October and we all are super excited.
Overall I was expecting a lot more from Bethesda’s press conference and this turned out to be quite an underwhelming experience for me.