E3 2018 News

E3 2018: The Elder Scrolls VI

It was about time!

When fans have been asking for a more Elder Scrolls, Bethesda wanted to ensure we got what we asked for this year and delivered us with a brand new trailer for the new Skyrim Very Special Edition, which is a way to play through an Amazon home center via voice command. Of course, the cherry on top was the confirmation of a version of Skyrim coming to refrigerator systems and more! All jokes aside, it was good to know that even they knew how many Skyrim remakes and re-releases they had been pumping out. Still, it was a hilarious parody to watch and not what one expects to see during en E3 showcase.
Of course, it was only then that Todd Howard finally gave us what we really wanted: a confirmation for the next Elder Scrolls game. Elder Scrolls VI was shown in a very short and brief announcement trailer. There is literally nothing shown in the trailer beyond a view of the land. This means that Bethesda have indeed been in the works for the long-waited and much-anticipated title. We only had to wait for them to milk out every remake of Skyrim as much as possible.

However, that is not the only thing we got for the Elder Scrolls franchise. A quick trailer to highlight the card game was also revealed to highlight its release on both the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.

Lastly, a brand new mobile game was announced and it is called Elder Scrolls: Blades. Blades is a game that will offer an experience akin to the console main series. Of course, this will be playable at all times since it can be taken on the go. The was shown to be playable in both landscape and portrait mode on the mobile phone. Also, the game is supposed to release on other platforms as well such the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation platforms as well as PC and VR platforms too. It will also feature cross-play between them

In Blades, you take the role of an agent of an elite unit that serves the empire know as the Blades. You will be able to develop your own town, story and character. With that, your own story and adventure will be unique to you. It is free-to-play and it will release in the coming months. Blades is currently available for pre-order on Google Play and the App Store.

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Gentleman, industry analyst, Smasher and has sworn allegiance to Hyrule, Seif Mazzene is the Executive Editor here at IMGMR.

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