Published: Mon, June 11, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

The Elder Scrolls VI And Starfield Announced By Bethesda

The Elder Scrolls VI And Starfield Announced By Bethesda

Some ambitious titles in addition to prominent, established IPs got plenty of attention at E3.

Fallout 76, the latest in the phenomenally popular franchise, will hit store shelves November 14, much earlier than many fans were anticipating. "It's great to finally share this game and this world with everyone".

Release windows for both Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI were not given.

Bethesda had a ton of special announcements tonight that were pretty awesome.

It's also been a few years since Bethesda struck gold with Fallout Shelter, so another mobile offering could be on the cards too. What features would you like to see? You can tap to move or use dual-stick controls.

Arena - A battleground where you fight one-on-one against other real-life players. So you set forth to exact your revenge while attempting to rebuild your city piece by piece.

Microsoft sinks data centre into Scottish sea
The Project Natick data center consists of 864 servers tightly arranged inside a shipping container that sits 12km off the coast. The company says that almost 50% of the world population lives near the coast so why shouldn't our data be there.

The Elder Scrolls Online is now out on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. The Publisher is offering a special edition called the collector's edition that costs $199 and is available to preorder.

Bethesda will email you to let you know when you can play.

And if you're still not convinced the whole thing is going to be free, which presumably means microtransactions of some sort are involved.

Bethesda Softworks announced The Elder Scrolls: Blades for iOS and Android devices during its E3 2018 press conference. Bethesda themselves say the environments rendered in the game will be console quality. In the game, some of the dungeons are handcrafted while others are procedurally generated.

It's inspired by the more combat-orientated The Elder Scrolls: Arena, the very first entry in the series from back in 1994.

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