Doom is shown first. You can read our preview for the game, for more detail, here. This time around, there aren’t any monster closets and it looks like it will be really good.
Bethesda.net is announced as a way that all games, going forward, will be linked together.
Next up is Battlecry. Battlecrythegame.com will be taking beta signups for a worldwide audience. Sign up by June 18 and you get priority Beta access. This is team based action combat and is playable on the show floor at E3 this week.
Arkane Studios takes the stage next and talks about the creation of Dishonored. A trailer plays for their next game. In it a player runs and jumps through the streets trying to get into a castle. The iconic crossbow is shown from the first game and a battle takes place with two robot like creatures. The player, a female, falls down and blinks to the ground and she pursues a character. Then Dishonored 2 is shown and the player picks up the mask from the first game.
A new evil empire rises and you can play as the original character or a new character, Emily. They will have more details to share later but it will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Dishonored Definitive Edition is coming to Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this fall with all the DLC and new graphics.
The Elder Scrolls Online Tamriel Unlimited is up next. They plan new content and features in the future. There will be new content coming this year for the game on both console and PC. This consists of new areas. At least two new areas will be coming this year.
The Elder Scrolls Legends is announced next. This is a Strategy Card Game that is being revealed for the first time tonight. This is a Free to Play game that is coming later this year on PC and iPad. No mention of Mac or Android support.
Up next is Bethesda Game Studios own Todd Howard and Fallout 4. You can read our full preview, for more detail, here. The game has been in development for four years and it looks absolutely amazing. The best part? It is coming out November 10, 2015!
Fallout 4 looks to steal the crown of Game of the Year from The Witcher 3 and is the perfect way to start E3 off with a bang.