E3 2018: Bethesda Announces Starfield (+trailer)

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The video isn't very illuminating, showing just some outer-space scene with what looks like a planet and a voyager-style space vehicle.

Discover Starfield, the new space epic now in development by Bethesda Game Studios.

In the documentary 'The History of Bethesda Studios', Todd Howard revealed that pre-production is always well underway on the developers' next game while the current game is in its final phase. But just what is the game about? The initial release of Halo Infinite may only contain the single-player experience, with the multiplayer part of the game releasing quite a bit later.

TES6 wasn't the only Elder Scrolls game announced last night, though. There are both hand-crafted and procedurally-generated dungeons.

Three years ago, Bethesda successfully launched a fun little game for iPhone and iPad called Fallout Shelter. Every person's town can look completely different and you can even visit your friends' towns to see what they've done with the place. Players can also engage in extensive character customisation, and collect resources to build their own base. After finding your hometown destroyed, you decide to rebuild it.

This $19.99 DLC for Prey introduces a new infinitely replayable campaign in which you attempt to escape from a TranStar moon base. The game supports both tap controls or dual virtual thumbsticks and can be played both horizontally and vertically on smartphones. There was also The Elder Scrolls: Blades.

TES Blades will be a free download for iOS and Android, and is slated to be released in the autumn. The Elder Scrolls: Blades is available for pre-order now.

Ok, ok, so it's not a real thing, but Bethesda's piss-take of where Skyrim will be coming next was a temptation too big to resist.

So if you have been itching for a Skyrim-like experience on your phone or tablet, you'll be seeing a top-quality one this fall. You will play as one of BJ's twin daughters, Jess and Soph, as you search for your missing father in Nazi-occupied Paris.

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