Bethesda kicked off their presentation in a huge way by introducing us to Quake Champions.
Unfortunately the title is PC only.
More will be revealed at QuakeCon in August. Until then, you can watch the trailer below:
On the subject of DOOM, there’s some DLC on the way. The first pack, Unto The Evil, contains new maps, a new playable demon, a new weapon and new armour. Whilst there was no single player DLC announced, new modes will also be coming to multiplayer.
For a limited time you can download a demo of DOOM, which grants free access to the first level.
Next on the DLC list is Fallout 4, which will receive another three add-ons.
The first, Contraptions Workshop, will allow you to construct Rube Goldberg machines for your settlements, as well as conveyor belts, lifts, weapon and armour racks, and greenhouse kits.
The second, Vault-Tec Workshop, enables the construction and customisation of vaults. You'll also be able to experiment on your vault dwellers.
The third is a story based expansion. Nuka-World is set in a raider inhabited amusement park and adds new quests, weapons and armour.
Fallout 4 didn’t hog all the love, as the Fallout Shelter mobile game will be getting a huge update and coming to PC. Bethesda also teased that a VR version of Fallout 4 will be launching on the HTC Vive next year.
If you're wondering how the latest entry in Bethesda’s other big RPG series, The Elder Scrolls, will look on the current generation of consoles, then look no further.
Skyrim is receiving the remaster treatment with improved visuals, all DLC, and yes, official mod support.
Watch the video below for more info on Fallout 4 and Skyrim:
There’s more Elder Scrolls news as The Elder Scrolls Online will be getting a new update that allows players from different factions to party up and explore Tamriel together.
There will also be a new quest line offered by everyone's favourite assassins, The Dark Brotherhood.
See the trailer below:
A re-imagining of Prey is set to release in 2017. Bethesda took to a blog post to explain the new direction in which developer Arkane Studios are taking the title:
"You are Morgan Yu, the subject of morally dubious experiments designed to improve the human race. You awaken aboard the Talos 1 in the year 2032 and must uncover the secrets hiding in the depths of the space station while being hunted by the mysterious alien force that has taken over. You’ll have to rely on the tools you find on the station – along with your wits, weapons and mind-bending abilities – to combat the growing threat and, hopefully, survive."
More info will be released during QuakeCon, but until then, you can catch the trailer below.
Arkane dominated the show with another standout moment being Dishonored 2. This time we're promised even more vertically, and more ways to take out - or sneak past - your enemies.
You'll play as either Corvo or Emily, each with their own set of upgradeable abilities but equally as competent when it comes to dispatching foes or bypassing them altogether.
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