Published: Wed, June 12, 2019
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Where was Starfield at Bethesda's E3 2019 showcase?

Where was Starfield at Bethesda's E3 2019 showcase?

Now that we have a moment to catch our breaths, how about we go over everything Bethesda covered? And hey, in the meantime there's a Fallout 76 battle royale mode called Nuclear Winter coming very soon. Rather than being the latest entry in the streaming market, it's something that Bethesda claims will make those streaming platforms far more capable of playing games with minimal lag or loss of fidelity. More importantly, Fallout 76 Wastelanders will be free, and that's the biggest fan-appeasing decision that Bethesda could have made. The expansion will add a bunch of new cards and brand new card mechanics to the game to grow the potential strategies and tactics that players are able to utilize to win. Don't worry if you've already claimed scads of treasure and built up your town on the mobile version; the Switch version of Elder Scrolls Blades will have full cross-play and cross-progression support back and forth with the game on iOS and Android. But while Blades took four years to materialize, Lafferty says that at a conceptual level, it was designed right there with Fallout Shelter. With Microsoft and EA out of the way, it's up to Bethesda to show us what they've got in tonight's show. Blades will be coming to the Nintendo Switch in Fall 2019. It will feature cross-play and carry over progress from the mobile version as well. People are vanishing without a trace, and in Ghostwire Tokyo, it'll be up to you to figure out why. While no specific release date was announced for the updates, they will be launching this fall as free updates and will likely be released in installments, much like the previous update. More information on Scalebreaker and Dragonhold will be provided to the Quakecon!


This could spell bad news for fans, though, as there's a chance that the game could be released 10 years after Skyrim, which would mean Bethesda is working towards a 2021 release date. May 2001. That's a really long time ago. The game puts you in control of Billy and Billie, twin children of the original Commander Keen. It will soft launch for free this summer.

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