Wrapping up their Showcase this year, Bethesda revealed two teasers for some games that fans won't get to see for a long time, but have been asking about for a while: Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI. This free-to-play trial version download will be available for a week, but those who do download and play will get to keep it even when it goes back to being a paid offering. It should also help cut down on the amount of oddities in the game world, though it wouldn't be a Bethesda game without some weird things happening. Y'know, just in case you want to take your cosplay to the next level.
Set in the hills of West Virginia, Fallout 76 is confirmed to be a prequel to every Fallout game, and as with the Xbox presentation a few hours earlier, they promised the game wordld would be 4 times the size of Fallout 4.
Thankfully, we won't have to wait until the November 14 release date to try it, as Fallout 76 will have a Beta. You'll be able to both fight alongside and against other players, all in the same open world wasteland.
A LOT of thoughts about Fallout 76 and the mysteries revealed.
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However, you don't have to play with others.
Bethesda also showed off another trailer for Fallout 76 on Sunday as well during Microsoft's session.
Meanwhile, Fallout Shelter will have a release on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch - and its going to come out later today.
I would complain that this was a trailer of nothing, but then again, 37 seconds of fog and grass kind of wraps up most Elder Scrolls games nicely. There are also a plethora of new enemies to fight and users can acquire Power Armor.