Not only are we getting an absolutely awesome looking single player mode, but it's been confirmed that a brand new multiplayer experience called Battle Mode is coming as well. The game's Creative Director Hugo Martin and Executive Producer Marty Stratton dropped this hellish announcement during Bethesda's E3 2019 Press Conference. Let us know your favourite game from the show. Here's a quick rundown of what was revealed with Fallout 76.
Original Story: This just in: DOOM Eternal will be released on the Switch on 22nd November. Lastly, The Elder Scrolls Online will get a new DLC known as Dragonhold sometime in Fall of 2019, which will lead to new dungeon content. It's support cross-play and cross-platform progression as well, so you'll be able to play your character on both your Switch and your smartphone. The card-focused battle game Elder Scrolls Legends will also see a new update on June 27. Check out the brand new trailer below!More news: Florida motorcyclist gets hit by lightning and dies in crash
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The list of patch notes for Blades version 1.1 is actually pretty long, and you can check them out in full over on Bethesda's website.
You can now pre-order the DOOM Eternal Collector's Edition on Bethesda's website for $100 Dollars. The widely-anticipated collector's edition will also a collectible, lithograph, a book of Doom lore, demonic slayer skin, soundtracks from the franchise, a steel case designed for the game by Mondo, and a one-year pass.