'Starfield' could be 'Skyrim' in space

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'Starfield' could be 'Skyrim' in space

So it's not all sequels and ports. Bethesda revealed its next big single player project, Starfield. It centers around, er, outer space, has an aesthetically pleasing logo and the company wants us to get really hyped about it. And so it should: This is Bethesda's first new franchise in 25 years. We really want to hear more about it and how the company will bring its reliably deep gameplay and character development systems to space. Stay tuned.

Bethesda unveils co-op 'Wolfenstein: Youngblood' at E3 2018

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Bethesda unveils co-op 'Wolfenstein: Youngblood' at E3 2018

BJ's legacy lives on in the next iteration of Bethesda's Wolfenstein franchise. Set in 1980, players fight as Jessica and Sophia Blazkowicz, the twin daughters of Anya & BJ - one a weapons expert, the other a bare-knuckle brawler. They're tasked with finding their father, who has gone missing in occupied Paris, as well as making life hell for the 4th Reich. The game is slated for release later this year alongside a VR spinoff, Wolfenstein Cyberpilot.

Bethesda announces new DLC for 'Prey'

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Bethesda announces new DLC for 'Prey'

Bethesda and developer Arkane Studios aren't done with Prey. Not by a long-shot. The pair just announced an intriguing set of downloadable content for the single-player 2017 sci-fi game, including a multiplayer mode and roguelike pack. The latter, Mooncrash, is out today and enemy encounters change every time you play. So is a free update that adds two new difficulty modes (one for folks who want to explore, and another for those who feel the game wasn't hard enough already). Mooncrash tasks you to take repeat runs through a lunar base, unlocking new characters, building on the original game's narrative.

'Doom Eternal' is the sequel to 'Doom'

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'Doom Eternal' is the sequel to 'Doom'

Once you're done replaying Doom on Switch, what's next? How about a proper sequel? After relaunching the series to critical acclaim (and commercial success), Doom Eternal takes the series further. Imagine a stronger protagonist, twice as many demons (apparently) and well, even more we hope. Alas, that's all we've heard for now. Take a look at the teaser below, and if you're wanting more, you'll have to attend QuakeCon, August 9th.

Watch Bethesda's E3 keynote right here at 9:30PM ET

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Watch Bethesda's E3 keynote right here at 9:30PM ET

Bethesda's Todd Howard showed up during Microsoft's E3 media briefing this morning, teasing that Fallout 76's West Virginia would be the biggest game world in the series yet. Now it's time for Howard to put his money where his mouth is, and actually show us the game. Good thing then that Bethesda has its own media briefing to do just that and more, right? The show starts at 9:30 PM Eastern and we'll be covering it live. Of course, if you aren't in Los Angeles to attend for yourself, you can watch the keynote on this very page, via that streaming window embedded below.