E3 2018: The Elder Scrolls: Legends Coming to Consoles Later This Year

Posted June 11, 2018

Bethesda have announced their first new franchise in twenty five years, called Starfield. Tonight, Todd Howard officially announced the game at Bethesda's E3 2018 presentation.

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You can play Elder Scrolls Blades in vertical or horizontal mode, so if you don't like having to flip your phone over you won't need to. However, there is no set release date for the game at the moment.

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Discover Starfield, the new space epic now in development by Bethesda Game Studios. While it is a mobile experience for now, Blades will be heading to other platforms in the future, including PC, consoles, as well as VR, and cross-play is a planned feature. Let us know in the comment section below! Blades contains combat in the same vein as the fighting Elder Scrolls fans will be familiar with. In "Abyss", you must fight your way through enemies in both "hand-crafted" and procedurally-generated maps to collect treasure. The company has also been a strong supporter of bringing its lineup to the Switch, with DOOM and Skyrim in the previous year. Now, it's up to you to restore your town back to its former glory. Nuclear weapons will also be a menacing presence in the game, with players searching for launch codes before firing missiles at whatever they want. The Walker uses different skills to take enemies and can select from a range of different weapons types - assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, and more. It's actually a pretty slick looking game based on what we've seen thus far.