After Starfield's announcement, Bethesda E3 still showed some more news and releases.
Bethesda Vice President Pete Hines continues to announce Bethesda releases alongside Xbox, and has showcased new content for Fallout 76, such as we advance here, based on the Brotherhood of Steel and a new expansion called The Pitt also for the post-apocalyptic mmo. After disabling battle royale mode, the game delivers new features to keep players.
They also announced news for the Elder Scrolls Online mmo, with a version optimized for next-gen consoles. Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim will have an official website commemorating 10 years, where images, memories and “more” will be shared, but it did not say what the “more” will be. The skyrim10.com website can be visited by fans of the franchise.
A new version of the physics game will also be released, where you'll have to, in a multiplayer arena, take down enemies from crazy platforms in a multiplayer match, similar to Human Fall Flat. Bethesda's game, Party Animals, will be released in 2022. At launch it will be in the game pass.
Hades, an isometric game in which you must escape hell with the son of the god Hades, will arrive on next-gen consoles, Xbox Series S|X, on August 13, 2021. The next announcement will be exclusive to Xbox. Game with 2.5D vision with visual and gameplay similar to Little Nighmatres. SomerVille will be developed by the Playdeath studio and will arrive in 2022, and will be released on launch day also on the gamepass.
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