With EA Play behind us, it's time for our next E3 2019 press conference.
Bethesda should have an interesting press conference this year. He indirectly acknowledges that the studio has had some controversies over the past year, and then goes into talking about Fallout 76, recognizing there have been a lot of issues and well deserved criticism. Fortunately, it looks like Fallout 76 will have some new life breathed into it this fall. Depending on where you live, it might technically be on Monday 10th June, 2019. "We knew it was a good idea nearly immediately". Oh, and Switch owners, take note: your console will be receiving a version of Blades this fall, and that version will have both cross-play and cross-progression with Blades on mobile phones.
Matt Firor remains on the stage, saying they have another project to announce.
In the clip, the show was transitioning between speakers following a lackluster mobile game announcement for Commander Keen, a decades-old franchise that is being "rebooted".
The expansive update features all new jobs, solo Arena battles, and a new system allowing you to create custom jewelry.
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Ghostwire: Tokyo is the next game from Shinji Mikami's studio. It is spooky, but not horror.
Tango Gameworks, the creators of The Evil Within, are back with Bethesda again for a "new kind of action adventure game". This was just a mobile game full of microtransactions, however, something gamers that pay attention to E3 mostly aren't interested in, although it will nonetheless do well with casual mobile players.
Doom Eternal is coming out on November 22. There's also going to be a DoomCon at Dallas (25-28 July) and London (26-27) next month, but it will also be livestreamed for those that can not attend it.
While Rage 2 is still fairly new, Bethesda is pretty clear that it intends to add a boatload of extra content to fill out the world.
Machine Games executive producer Jerk Gustafsson is on next to talk about Wolfenstein.