Bethesda had no real surprises in store, but that doesn’t mean what we saw wasn’t a welcome sight. Updates of the VR front for the company, as well as a few new pieces of DLC, and expecting game reveals dominated their late-night keynote.
Hit the jump for the full offerings from Bethesda Softwork’s E3 conference.
They opened the show with several updates to their upcoming VR programs for DOOM VFR and Fallout 4 VR. Both look just as beautiful as ever, and the VR components are sure to be something else.
Bethesda announced their new Creation Club, which will allow Bethesda and outside developers to create seamless new mods and content for titles like Skyrim and Fallout 4, while being completely compatible with their save games on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and PC.
Skyrim for the Nintendo Switch received Amiibo compatibility.
Quake: Champions received a new trailer with new a new map, new character, and a World Championship tournament.
Dishonored: Death of the Outsider was officially announced with a kickass cinematic trailer, and the prospect of murdering the Outsider himself. There’s also a release date in just 3 months.
The Evil Within 2 was also announced with an incredibly stylized cinematic trailer.
The biggest announcement and by far the bulk of the show went to Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. An incredibly timely sequel that looks so insanely good. Cinematic trailer, and a ton of gameplay followed after a series of interesting German-inspired fake television shows. I, for one, would definitely would watch Liesel.