Bethesda took to the QuakeCon stage on Friday to fill us in on what's in store for some of their biggest titles, both upcoming and present.
DOOM Eternal gameplay reveal showcases a more mobile, universe-trotting power fantasy
The first gameplay footage of DOOM Eternal was revealed - starting at around the 4:30 mark, should you want to jump right in - spotlighting new weapons, mechanics and gruesome Glory Kills.
This instalment will be mainly set on Earth, though by no means confined to our homely planet or dimension. Wherever you may do so, there are plenty of new enemy types to rip and tear your way through, many of which are inspired by classic retro counterparts.
Thankfully, you're equipped with a suite of new abilities - like a handy dash manoeuvre and a grappling hook - to combat them with. The revised Doom Slayer is said to be the most powerful yet, but we'll also have the chance to play as a demon this time around, invading other players’ single player campaigns, although this option can be disabled if you don't want the interruption.
Alongside the Xbox One, PS4 and PC releases, DOOM Eternal will be making its way to Nintendo Switch. The port is once again being handled by Panic Button.
A deeper look at RAGE 2’s zany world and gameplay
Extended gameplay footage of the anticipated sequel ramped up the wow factor by displaying some new combat abilities, devastating weaponry and lots of explosions.
Vehicles will once again feature heavily alongside the frantic FPS action, with the trailer giving us our first taste of the game's Mad Max-style convoys, comprised of organised groups of enemy bangers that roam the open world and protect a massive boss-type vehicle.
You’ll be able to have yourself a time with RAGE 2 when it launches on Xbox One, PS4 and PC in Spring 2019.
Quake Champions is now permanently free-to-play
Quake Champions experimented with a free-to-play trial around E3, but now Bethesda have confirmed that it’ll be permanently playable free of charge. The latest trailer introduces a new combatant, Death Knight, who’ll be joining the likes of DOOM's Doom Slayer and Wolfenstein's B.J. Blazkowicz as a playable character.
The Elder Scrolls Online’s Wolfhunter expansion is right around the corner
New content is coming to the PC version of The Elder Scrolls Online on 13 August, though console players will unfortunately have to wait until the 28th. In Wolfhunter, players have to contend with the beasts of Hircine as they battle through two new four-player dungeons, Moon Hunter Keep and March of Sacrifices.
As usual, there are powerful new weapons and gear to get your paws on should you be brave enough to venture into the Daedric Prince's realm.
Wolfhunter will be free to anyone with a current ESO Plus membership or can be picked up via the in-game Crown Store.
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If you're so inclined, the keynote can be watched in full below.