The announcement from Bethesda is certainly good news for fans of the Elder Scrolls series of games. If you remember the Arena from back then, that is what The Elder Scrolls: Blades is going to be like in some ways.
The presentation also showed off some more scripted gameplay, featuring the new powers for the player character, the iconic wingstick from the first game, and other cool weapons. Everything you'd expect from a Bethesda RPG. Judging by Todd Howard's comment, Starfield will be their next big game to release.
What is Elder Scrolls Blades?
Bethesda rolled out Blades Sunday at the E3 Electronic Entertainment Expo in Los Angeles, showing off a pretty complete-looking game that aims to adapt for mobile platforms the same role-playing and real-time combat elements that will be familiar to anyone who's lost gobs and gobs of time dungeon crawling in Oblivion or Skyrim. It's not for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, or Windows PC. Legends have huge followings and have been widely successful since launching. If you missed the event, you can watch the preview, in full, below. Executive producer Marty Stratton and creative director Hugo Martin said the game will take everything the previous game did and push it forward, making DOOM Guy more powerful than ever.
Skyrim Very Special Edition is rather tongue in cheek, but was clearly created with a lot of love and effort. The game will feature melee attacks, ranged attacks, as well as spells.
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Instead of a controller, you'll take on your enemies using your device's touchscreen. You can also head playblades.com and register to play the beta later this year.
"Starfield is playable, Elder Scrolls VI, not in that way yet". You can also build your town to your liking or go visit friends towns.
While we haven't heard specifics on gameplay, Starfield looks set to follow in the same vein, albeit in a more galactic setting. Blades is a free-to-play title for Android and iOS in which players battle through dungeons via taps and swipes of the touchscreen to kill all manner of supernatural nasties while hunting for treasure. We just teased it.
Regarding The Elder Scrolls VI insiders are confident that the game is at an early stage of development, because it will be released not earlier than four years.
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