|By Le Williams | 2 years ago|
The largest, official annual gaming expo is set to reveal the industries major gaming technology and updates in Los Angeles from June 12 to Jun 14, with pre-show action happening in the days before.
Bethesda’s E3 showcase featues Doom Eternal, announced as a sequel to the 2016 Doom release. Fallout 76 was already discussed during Microsoft’s keynote earlier on Sunday, but Bethesda disclosed the release date as November 14 in the pre-show.
VR continued to be a big theme for Bethesda as two new VR titles were announced: Prey Typhon Hunter and Wolfenstein Cyberpilot. Bethesda played a short teaser clip for Elder Scrolls 6, confirming its future creation.
Within mobile gaming, Bethesda reveals Elder Scrolls: Blades, which brings a massive first-person RPG experience “with console quality graphics” to mobile in late 2018.
Microsoft took the E3 2018 stage to show off 50 new games, 18 of which the firm brags will be day-one exclusives to Xbox One consoles and Windows 10 PCs.
The show kicked off with a nebulous look at the next Halo game, Halo Infinite, Crackdown 3, and Kingdom Hearts 3 with a confirmed release of late January and February 2019 respectively.
A new trailer for Shadow of the Tomb Raider was also unveiled, showing players what to expect when it lands on September 14 of this year.
EA highlighted trailers and announcement on June 9 at the E3 2018.
The gaming giant announced the FIFA 19 release date as September 28 of 2018, with a release of Anthem in February 2019.
Madden NFL 19 makes its way to PC, while a Star Wars title comes between Episodes 3 and 4, named Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order.
Notably, Battlefield 5 received a new trailer as well, featuring a cut-throat Battle Royale mode, much in the vein of Fortnite and PUBG.