E3 2017: 'Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus' Reveal Trailer

Jun 13, 2017, 02:51

The publisher revealed today that it will be releasing a new collector's edition of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, set to arrive around the same time as the regular edition this October.

There is no release date available for the Switch version of Skyrim, but Bethesda did say it will be out sometime before the end of the year. Announced at its E3 press conference in Los Angeles late Sunday, the port appears to bring the same core gameplay, but with a few cool new additions.

"Creation Club is a collection of all-new content for both Fallout 4 and Skyrim", reads the YouTube description. Again, Bethesda has yet to comment on what they will reveal during their E3 2017 showcase, but Bethesda Game Studios game director Todd Howard did tease during an interview with Polygon back in February the studio is gearing up for bigger, better games. The port on Switch will also include three official add-ons - Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn. Even so, all Creation Club exclusive content will be acquired through in-game credits, which themselves are purchased with real money via the PlayStation Store, Xbox Live and Steam.

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider comes out on September 15 2017.

There are also rumblings Bethesda will announce a new Wolfenstein game during their conference. In Death of the Outsider, assassins Daud and Billy Lurk take on the black-eyed god responsible for the supernatural powers that series protagonists Corvo and Emily possess. They're available on PC, PS4, and Xbox One, in case you're wondering.

There were also previews of Skyrim on Nintendo Switch, The Evil Within 2, and Quake Champions.

Wolfenstein II sends players to Nazi-controlled America on a mission to recruit the boldest resistance leaders left. Playing as the returning hero, B.J. Blazkowicz, players will travel through flooded New Orleans, a destroyed New York City and Roswell, New Mexico to incite a revolution against the Third Reich. There will be a variety of "badass guns", along with new abilities to obliterate Nazi soldiers, cyberborgs, and other enemies in what Bethesda is hyping as the "definitive first-person shooter".

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