This show begins with a basic overview of BethesdaLand, as they call it. The show us Fallout 4 VR and Doom 3 VFR which will be compatible with both the Oculus Rift and the HTC Vive. Here are the trailers for those.

Next is The Elder Scrolls Online with its latest expansion, Morrowind. This looks like it should be a good addition to the game.

After this, they showed off something they call the “Creation Club” for Skyrim Special Edition and Fallout 4. This is essentially the paid mods marketplace they tried doing a LONG TIME AGO. It bellyflopped then. It doesn’t look much better now. Good luck with that Bethesda, sincerely. Here’s the trailer trying to make it sound good.

After that trailer we saw another trailer for The Elder Scrolls Legends: Heroes of Skyrim, the online collectable card game (OCCG), made by Bethesda. I’ve heard it’s not bad at all ,if you like OCCGs. Here the trailer they showed us.

After they brought out the trailer for Skyrim Switch, the port of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (not special edition.) to the Nintendo Switch. It looks like there will be support for the The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Amiibo which will unlock some special items in games as you can see if the trailer below.

Next up is Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, a side story set in the Dishonored universe. Check it out.

After that, we were treated to a trailer for Quake Champions and the $1 million  Quake World Championship to be held at QuakeCon this year in Texas. A fan favorite from Wolfenstein makes his Quake debut in the trailer below. Guess who it is? 🙂

Next up is The Evil Within 2. The original game was plagued with performance issues and just generally didn’t grab people’s attention. This sequel is looking to change that. Here’s the trailer.

Last but not least is my most anticipated game from Bethesda, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. This game looks fantastic and honestly is easily in my top 3 for this year of E3. Check out the trailer and see why.

This concludes the coverage for Bethesda’s E3 briefing. Keep checking back with us for more coverage from #E3. We still have Ubisoft, Sony, Nintendo, and more to come!


James G. Kennedy
James G. Kennedy