There will be three different modes in Elder ScrollsBlades. They were released in 1994 and 1996 respectively, and had first-person gameplay with attacks dealt by clicking and dragging the mouse about the screen. Given that we didn't know if we would see a new Elder Scrolls title anytime in the next five years, this is welcome news indeed. Bethesda didn't have much to show us on this front, but The Elder Scrolls VI was announced, albeit with a short 36-second trailer showing off the setting.
There wasn't any real information on it, except that it'll be a next gen game - i.e., that it'll be released for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Two. Bethesda Game Studios has earned its reputation as one of the industry's most respected and accomplished game development studios.
Watch the announcement trailer for The Elder Scrolls VI below.
If you are excited to play the game then do sign up on Bethesda's website to receive an in-game helmet and sword when it launches.
Bethesda capped their entertaining and surprising E3 2018 showcase by giving fans what they've been begging for for years. With E3 serving as little more than a taste of Starfield, there is now no further information or a release date for the title. However, it's reasonable to assume that fans will see the game release for PlayStation 5 and the next Xbox, now known by its codename Scarlet, as well as PCs.
You're one of the Blades, pushed into exile. We hope to have more details for you regarding this game in the near future.
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions said in August that the Justice Department was "reviewing our policies affecting media subpoenas". But what happened under Obama set an ominous tone for reporters who were trying to do their jobs of informing the public.
White House adviser: Trudeau remarks ‘betrayal’
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