E3 2018: The Elder Scrolls VI is real and in pre-production

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E3 2018: The Elder Scrolls VI is real and in pre-production

We'll continue to follow Bethesda and watch for when a solid release date is shared - by Bethesda or Walmart Canada. It is a sequel to Doom and brings hell on Earth.

Bethesda only released a 36-second teaser for the highly anticipated game, which featured maybe about 10-seconds of actual footage. They did promise twice as many demons, but whether that's on-screen at once or in terms of different types we're not sure.

Meanwhile, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR experience for those who want to take over Nazi machinery as a hacker killing Nazis. We assume this one is a ways off, but there it is: some mountains. Here's what they have in store for Switch players. Impossibly stylish demon-slaying action game Devil May Cry, from Capcom, returned after a 10-year absence. Players can challenge each other in The Arena.

Bethesda's E3 2018 showcase featured tons of new revelations and announcements for its plethora of titles.

The briefing is scheduled to kick off at 1130 AEST / 1100 ACST / 1030 AWST / 1330 NZST, with a pre-game show that usually runs for around 15 or 20 minutes.

It's a first-person role-playing game with console-quality graphics.

The game contains PvP-which is also cross-platform, meaning a PC player can play against an iOS one. Not much else is known about the game except that it's going to be a while before we actually get to play this game.

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