E3 2018: Bethesda Announces Starfield (+trailer)

Todd Singleton
June 12, 2018

There's no doubt that someone at Bethesda is working on a new Elder Scrolls title.

Surprising news? Not exactly, but many industry observers have lingering doubts about the future of Microsoft-branded hardware under CEO Satya Nadella.

Three years ago, Bethesda successfully launched a fun little game for iPhone and iPad called Fallout Shelter. A release date or even release window for that game were not announced, however.

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The well-received Doom reboot will also be seeing a sequel in Doom: Eternal.

You can check out the game's short teaser trailer below.

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The Bethesda presentation at E32018 managed to raise excitement among much of the videogaming community, with some huge reveals and announcements and further details of other upcoming Bethesda projects.

A new Elder Scrolls game was also teased at the showcase.

Discover Starfield, the new space epic now in development by Bethesda Game Studios.

This was, however, just an amuse-bouche for a teeny teaser for The Elder Scrolls VI, which is apparently also at thing. It features a variety of dungeons to explore, and a bunch of first person combat styles. The sketch was meant to parody the fact that Bethesda has re-released Skyrim so many times.

Finally, speaking of content released the night it's announced, Bethesda unveiled and launched Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 ports of its popular free-to-play management game Fallout Shelter; they're available on their respective platforms now.

According to an article on Thurrott, games journalist Brad Sams claims that Halo Infinite will initially be released as a single-player only game, based on "reliable insider information" from Microsoft. Yes, it is in pre-production, but with Fallout 76 and Starfield on the way, we imagine the majority of their resources are still being spent on these titles. That particular product is actually real, and it's playable on Amazon Echo devices and mobile phones.

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