Bethesda announces ‘Elder Scrolls: Blades’ coming to iOS this fall

Bethesda announces ‘Elder Scrolls: Blades’ coming to iOS this fall

Instead of the medieval fantasy or post-apocalyptic wasteland of its other tentpole franchises, however, this new game will be taking players to outer space. No release date has been set as of yet. Set to an all-new pulse pounding soundtrack composed by Mick Gordon, fight across dimensions as you slay new and classic demons with powerful new weapons and abilities. As such, it's safe to assume that it'll be a while before we see Starfield in action.

Still, the fact that Bethesda was confident enough to show this game off this year would seem to suggest that they might actually show footage of the game as early as next year's E3 conference. That said, Bethesda Studios know what's at stake here and they're not going to mess their reputation for the sake of it.

Does this mean - Starfield will release before Elder Scrolls VI? Beyond that, nothing to report.

During the presentation Bethesda indicated that it was trying to create in The Elder Scrolls: Blades an experience that players can pick up and play wherever and whenever they want. But at E3 2018, famed game designer Todd Howard dropped a bombshell of a reveal. It's too soon to tell, though, so we're waiting on more info.

Bethesda's card game will receive a visual update as well as releases on PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

"Forza Horizon 4" looks, well, incredible.

AI has already beaten humanity at chess, and is training up to beat human Starcraft players, but a co-operative, voice-based game like Dungeons and Dragons and the games inspired by it would be a better fit for voice assistants like Alexa, Google Assistant and co. "Forza Horizon 4" hits on October 2nd.

Bethesda's conference got off to a weird start. Expect it to land some time in Spring 2019. However, we have a feeling that nothing about that footage is anywhere close to being finalised. So you might be playing one-handed on your mobile phone against someone else half way around the world who's donning a VR headset.

Id also teased the sequel to 2016's Doom, apparently titled Doom Eternal. The console release will launch alongside an all-new client on the PC with upgraded visuals and presentation. We're promised twice as many demons, more guns, more violence, and more ripping and tearing than ever before. Along with the $20 add-on, there's a new patch for the game that adds a New Game+ mode, as well as a Survival mode that adds hazards like bleeding and the need to fret over your oxygen level.