Bethesda joins Microsoft in showing their hand on Sunday, the night before E3 officially kicks off.

And what a night it was.

There wasn’t much we didn’t know beforehand, but somehow, Bethesda’s line up still impressed.

Take a look.

Elder Scrolls: Blades for Nintendo Switch.

Not exactly the Elder Scrolls game everybody was waiting to see, but it’s still good to see the series represented in some form (other than Skyrim) on the Nintendo Switch at least.

It’s coming Fall 2019.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ next expansion is Moons of Elsweyr.

Pretty self-explanatory.

It’ll hit the card game on June 27.

Fallout 76 Wastelanders update adds NPCs and more.

It’s great to see Bethesda trying to salvage Fallout 76 with free updates. Wastelanders adds in new NPCs, quests, weapons and more when it hits in Fall 2019.

Whether it’ll fix the lag…that’s anybody’s guess.

Fallout 76 Nuclear Winter update adds in a Battle Royale mode.

Did somebody ask for a Battle Royale update to Fallout 76? Anybody? Anybody at all?


Doesn’t matter. It’s still coming on June 10! Incidentally, Fallout 76 will also be free to play from June 10 to 17. Yay, we guess?

Rage 2’s expanding with Rise of the Ghosts.

Looks fun, looks cool.

No word if it’s going to make the open world more interesting (read our review and find out more) but it’ll bring new stuff to the game, including pilotable mechs!

More stuff is always good.

It’ll be out later this year.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood wants you to kill Nazis as a team.

Who are we to argue with that stellar suggestion?

The murdering starts July 26 2019.

The Doomslayer is going to Heaven in Doom: Eternal.

It’s not because he’s dead or has earned a respite. Looks like he’s there to kick ass and chew bubblegum. Wait…wrong guy but you get our drift.

Oh, Doom: Eternal has an AWESOME USD$199.99 Collector’s Edition.


The Doomslayer’s return is happening on November 22 2019.

Doom: Eternal has a new MP mode.

2 on 1? Hardly seems fair but looks incredibly fun!

2 players as demons, 1 as the Doomslayer!

Battlemode looks like it’s totally going to rock, especially if it has some sort of leveling or character progression and customization.

Battlemode will ship with Doom: Eternal on November 22 2019.

Time repeats in Deathloop.

Why does it do that? How does it do that? We don’t know.

There’s no gameplay and the video description only says it’s an action game being made by the developers behind the Dishonored games.

That fills us with confidence (somewhat) that this’ll probably be an awesome title. We just wish we knew more about it.

What is GhostWire: Tokyo?

Your guess is as good as ours.

All we know is that it’s from Tango Gameworks, Shinji Mikami’s (creator of Resident Evil) studio, which was also responsible for The Evil Within games.

It’s horror definitely…but is it survival horror? An action game with horror themes? Nobody knows…yet.

Whatever it is, we’re intrigued and will be watching this with great interest.

Commander Keen returns…not in a way anybody expects or wants.

Join us as we stare on in disbelief at the travesty that’s the new Commander Keen.

WTF indeed.

It seems fitting to that this is the end of the post…just like it’s the end of the Commander Keen series after this game.

Sal's been in the industry since the early 2000s. He's written for a ton of gaming and tech publications including Playworks, Hardwarezone, HWM and GameAxis. Recently, Sal served as a juror for the Indie Game Awards at Taipei Game Show 2020. A geek and hardcore gamer, Sal will play everything, on any platform.

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