Elder Scrolls 6 Or Starfield Won't Be At E3 2019, Says Bethesda

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Although Bethesda has already confirmed it will hold a press conference at E3 2019, don't expect to see two of last year's biggest announcements during it. At PAX East, Bethesda announced that it will not be showcasing or revealing additional details for either The Elder Scrolls VI or Starfield at this year's E3. Both games were announced and given tiny teasers during E3 2018, alongside more detailed reveals for Fallout 76 and Rage 2.

"That's just a little sneak peek at the technology that we've been building," Bethesda executive producer Todd Howard said during a PAX East panel, in regards to further details about a new game engine. "People are going to see [the tech] at first, actually, in Starfield. And so that tech will have like the second version of it in TES6, and--before everyone asks--please be patient. It's going to be a long time. It's not something we're going to be talking about at E3--either of those games--this year. And so patience, please. But given the [Elder Scrolls] anniversary, we did want to give everybody a taste."

It's not that much of a surprise to hear that neither game will be shown at this year's E3, given that their showings from last year's event implied both titles are still in the early stages of development. Howard has said he already knows the release dates for both games, but he's "not going to tell" as it "would be foolish to say it."

No Elder Scrolls 6 Or Starfield At E3 2019, Says Bethesda

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Bethesda has announced that it will not be showcasing or revealing additional details for either The Elder Scrolls VI or Starfield during E3 2019. Both games were announced and given tiny teasers during E3 2018, alongside more detailed reveals for Fallout 76 and Rage 2.

"That's just a little sneak peek at the technology that we've been building," Bethesda executive producer Todd Howard said during a PAX East panel, in regards to further details about a new game engine. "People are going to see [the tech] at first, actually, in Starfield. And so that tech will have like the second version of it in TES6, and--before everyone asks--please be patient. It's going to be a long time. It's not something we're going to be talking about at E3--either of those games--this year. And so patience, please. But given the [Elder Scrolls] anniversary, we did want to give everybody a taste."

It's not that much of a surprise to hear that neither game will be shown at this year's E3, given that their showings from last year's event implied both titles are still in the early stages of development. Howard has said he already knows the release dates for both games, but he's "not going to tell" as it "would be foolish to say it."

Celeste Composer Lena Raine Releases New Solo Album "Oneknowing"

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One of the several aspects that make Celeste a superb game is the soundtrack. Its catchy, rhythmic mix of piano and chiptune-style synths masterfully complement the game's tone, story, and intense platforming at just the right moments. The Celeste soundtrack is also wonderful to simply listen to as a standalone album, and the remixed Piano Collections just as much. But you don't have to take my word for it. It's been nominated for multiple awards including Best Music at the upcoming BAFTA Game Awards, and it took home Best Audio at the 2019 GDC Awards. That's because of the work of composer Lena Raine, and today she released her debut solo album titled Oneknowing.

Oneknowing is available on multiple music streaming platforms such as Bandcamp, Apple Music, Spotify, Google Play, and much more. While you may recognize a few parallels between that of Celeste's soundtrack and Raine's new record, Oneknowing hits a more relaxing, ethereal vibe especially in the songs "Breath" and "Momodani." Raine also sings in an artificial language with her voice modified via vocaloid software for tracks like "Tsukuyomi" and "Light Rail."

Borderlands 3: Characters, First Trailer, Impressions, And What We Know

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Borderlands 3: Characters, First Trailer, Impressions, And What We Know

After countless teasers and subtle misdirections over the years, developer Gearbox has finally lifted the veil over Borderlands 3. The game was revealed at the developer's PAX East panel, which was met by as much fanfare as it was technical difficulties. Still, the game's big debut trailer sparked excitement and a ton of questions. If you haven't watched it already, be sure to check it out in the player above.

To catch you up on all things Borderlands 3, we've compiled all the latest news, features, impressions, trailers, and details we know about the game. Be sure to check back often as we update this article with even more new information about this highly anticipated loot shooter.

Borderlands 3 is the highly anticipated third game in the popular Borderlands franchise, a series whose mechanics and conventions predated many of today's most well-known loot-based shooters, such as Destiny and The Division. Like previous games, it appears that you'll be taking on the role of one of four treasure-seeking mercenaries known as Vault Hunters. You'll explore the world and complete missions, which feeds into your overall skill progression and acquisition of new guns and gear. The series is predominantly known for its number of available guns; Borderlands 3 claims there are over a billion guns to collect, some of which are capable of walking and acting autonomously of its user.

X-Men: Dark Phoenix Star Reveals How Major Death Affects His Character

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While traditionally, blockbuster sequels tend to keep major spoilers like character deaths a secret, the cast of Dark Phoenix has no problem discussing a major death in the upcoming movie. During an interview, Nicholas Hoult was open about how said character's death affect his role of Beast. Warning, there are spoilers for the movie ahead.

During an interview at Wondercon, the cast of Dark Phoenix were open to discussing that a major character will die in the movie. Hoult, who has played Beast in all four of the new X-Men movies, starting with First Class, explained how the death of Mystique affects his character. "[Director Simon Kinberg] told everyone that Raven dies, and that's the relationship that's been culminating in these last few movies for the Beast role," Hoult explained at a roundtable interview. "So that was obviously an emotional moment. And the catalyst for Hank to depart being with Charles and the X-Men and seek redemption and revenge in different forms. So emotionally, this film's rooted in much more realistic, family drama and that's what makes it different from the other X-Men movies in some ways."

Big Star Citizen Update Launches Soon

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Star Citizen's been trudging along since it debuted on Kickstarter in 2012. Initially seeking $500,000, Cloud Imperium Games' space-sim closed its Kickstarter campaign after accruing a little more than $2.1 million in November 2012. Some years later, the studio's first game has exceeded well over $200 million--and the numbers keep going up. Now it's announced the game's biggest update should blast off this weekend.

Titled Alpha 3.5, the update includes a new city-planet, overhauled flight models, and additional character creator options. The new planet is called ArcCorp, a planet with two moons that's "almost entirely covered in man-made structures." Players will be able to visit the Area18 landing zone where you'll find an NPC quest-giver who will dish out new missions.

Alpha 3.5 takes gravity into consideration, as it's factored into planetary flight. Further, the update adds a new map called Star Marine for the squad FPS mini-game, new guns for pilots and ships, some new vehicles, and additional performance balancing and improvements.

Red Dead Redemption 2, Country Trap, And The Cowboy Meme Explained

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On the morning of March 29, 2019, a Red Dead Redemption 2 AMV was shown on the news program Good Morning America. You might not have heard of it if you don't browse TikTok, the short-form video platform colloquially known as "cursed Vine," but that music video has, as of this writing, nearly 16 million views on YouTube and counting. It got over 80,000 views in the time it took to write this article.

The song, "Old Town Road" by rapper Lil Nas X, is at the center of both an explosively popular cowboy meme and country music drama, and it also slaps. It shot up the Billboard Hot 100 list and on Spotify and iTunes, reaching #1 on global Apple Music by March 26. It was so popular that DJs had to rip it from YouTube in order to play it on the radio. All the while, RDR2 was wrapped up in the hype--Lil Nas X tweeted on March 13 that Rockstar Games had followed him, and when he was signed by Columbia Records, he was welcomed using the Red Dead font.

Red Dead Redemption 2, "Old Town Road," And The Cowboy Meme Explained

about X hours ago from

On the morning of March 29, 2019, a Red Dead Redemption 2 AMV was shown on the news program Good Morning America. You might not have heard of it if you don't browse TikTok, the short-form video platform colloquially known as "cursed Vine," but that music video has, as of this writing, nearly 16 million views on YouTube and counting. It got over 80,000 views in the time it took to write this article.

The song, "Old Town Road" by rapper Lil Nas X, is at the center of both an explosively popular cowboy meme and country music drama, and it also slaps. It shot up the Billboard Hot 100 list and on Spotify and iTunes, reaching #1 on global Apple Music by March 26. It was so popular that DJs had to rip it from YouTube in order to play it on the radio. All the while, RDR2 was wrapped up in the hype--Lil Nas X tweeted on March 13 that Rockstar Games had followed him, and when he was signed by Columbia Records, he was welcomed using the Red Dead font.