The following article will discuss every Bethesda announcement in detail so let's get to it.
Bethesda's E3 2018 showcase featured tons of new revelations and announcements for its plethora of titles. We're definitely not going to hear more about this game before Fallout 76 releases in November, and it's very likely that we won't hear anything new until E3 2019. You'll be trying to upgrade and enhance your custom-made character, but also trying to rebuild your ruined town to create your own virtual city.
'Starfield is a game we have spent years thinking about and working on, ' Todd Howard said during the event. The PC and mobile versions of Legends will also be receiving a huge overhaul, which players can expect to see in the new console versions. Previous editions visited the Imperial providence of Cryodill (The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion) and the dark elves' homeland in 2002's The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind. What's more, you can change things up depending on what kind of combat style you want to go for, and take out foes with a combat system that involves slashes, blocks and more.
In the meantime, you can pre-order the game.
We also liked the game's sense of humour, as at one point a goon notices a TV laying on the floor and ends up watching an advert for an animatronic monster head. You fight monsters with swords, ranged weapons, and magic by swiping the screen.