And now the sequel was confirmed during Bethesda's E3 conference via a majestic, albeit incredibly short, teaser trailer. It's the gaming giant's first bit of new IP for 25 years and will be a single player game that marks the start of an all-new epic franchise. According to Bethesda's Todd Howard, the game will see you coming back from a mission only to find your home completely destroyed.
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Release windows for both Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI were not given. But it's time they showed us something fresh to blow our minds again, and, well...let's just say we don't hate Sundays.
A preview of the game was shown at E3 over the weekend, showcasing its astonishing graphics, massive open world, and entertaining gameplay. The release date on the Apple App Store is September 1, 2018, but that might be a placeholder as Howard just mentioned that it was coming this fall. Bethesda hasn't revealed many details about the game yet, other than that it will have twice as many demons as Doom, and will bring "hell on Earth", a reference to the original Doom 2 released in 1994.
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In a neat trick often overlooked by many developers, Bethesda is also equipping Blades to run equally smoothly in both landscape and portrait modes.
It's official - The Elder Scrolls VI is happening, and it's being worked on RIGHT NOW.
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Blades is most likely a way to tide people over until the eventual release of TES 6, but for a mobile game it does look impressive. In this respect, it's reminiscent of the very first Elder Scrolls game, Arena. However, it does seem like we're leaving the snow-covered world of Skyrim for a more diverse climate that somewhat resembles the world seen in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Having learnt some valuable lessons from the success of Fallout Shelter, Bethesda is looking to expand their mobile offerings with The Elder Scrolls: Blades.