What are you expecting to see at Bethesda's conference - and what would you love to see?
The Elder Scrolls Blades was announced at Bethesda's E3 2018 presentation. The game is merging PvE and PvP modes so you will not only be facing monstrosities created by Nuclear explosions but also other players on your server.More news: Pres. Trump Heads to Singapore Summit With NK
Fallout 76 is set in West Virginia hills and is the biggest Fallout game as it's 4X times the size of Fallout 4. The cards are based on creatures, characters and lore found in The Elder Scrolls series.
Fallout 76's reception was a bit more divided. Todd Howard even told us that his own son is hounding him for details regarding the next Elder Scrolls game. If the site doesn't work for you, you can always try coming back later.
You can check out the gameplay trailer above if you want to see The Elder Scrolls: Blades in action. It will eventually be released on PC and consoles as well, with cloud sync so you can pick up and play across all your devices.More news: How Guardiola Reacted To Yaya Toure’s Discrimination Accusations
The whole game can be played either in either horizontal or landscape mode. The game is a "massive first-person role-playing game" and will be the second Elder Scrolls game to make it to mobile.
Although this is now just a mobile release, there's a plan to eventually launch Elder Scrolls Blades for PCs, consoles, and virtual reality devices too.More news: Scott Pruitt's abuses of power, ranked
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