The Elder Scrolls has been announced for mobile.
Prey will also receive a paid DLC pack, Typhon Hunter, later this year, which will add an asymmetrical multiplayer game mode where one player as a human faces five other players menacing them as Typhon aliens. It seemed like all was lost for those all those courageous adventurers who wanted to quest on the go, but now that all changes with Blades, which fittingly incorporates a number of the core ideas in The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion. Fallout 76 can be enjoyed solo, but according to Bethesda's director Todd Howard this game will be played "entirely online". We'll reserve judgment until we get a closer look when the game debuts on 14 November.
The vocally anti-fascist Wolfenstein series is getting a sequel next year. What's more, he says that it's definitely a single-player-focused game. The time to move on has been long overdue, and though this is a very early announcement, it's good to know they've got it on their to-do list at last. The company shared a short teaser but no further details about The Elder Scrolls VI, the first game in its main Elder Scrolls series since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011).
From the first person perspective, you will return home to find that it has been destroyed, leading you on an adventure through dungeons and unsafe terrain. When will it take place in the timeline of the Elder Scrolls universe?
On the smaller scale, Bethesda unveiled The Elder Scrolls: Blades for iOS and numerous other platforms. Blades is a forthcoming role-playing game you can play on the go, right on your iPhone X or Android handset.
What else is Bethesda studios releasing?
Typhon Hunter will be a free update for owners of the Mooncrash DLC, which is out now.