Posted Sun Jun 12, 2016 at 03:58 PM PDT by Connor Sears
Likely featuring some more details about 'Dishonored 2.'
Up next on the schedule of E3 news conferences is Bethesda. The publisher has two popular games that are still feeling the DLC love, so you can expect some news about future updates for both 'Doom' and 'Fallout 4.' Of course, Bethesda's big holiday release this year is Arkane's 'Dishonored 2,' so we might be treated to some extended gameplay this evening.
As for the other Bethesda cash cow, the 'Elder Scrolls' series, we might see a little of ongoing 'Elder Scrolls Online' MMO or the 'Elder Scrolls Legends' mobile card game announced this time last year.
The Bethesda E3 stream kicks off at 10 p.m. Eastern (7 p.m. Pacific). You can watch it on the publisher's Twitch channel or via the embedded player below.
Bethesda is kicking off the conference with news of the next entry in the 'Quake' franchise, titled 'Quake Champions,' coming to PC. You can see more here.
'Elder Scrolls Legends,' Bethesda's upcoming mobile card game, is next on stage. The story mode is told from the perspective of a Moth Priest.
'Fallout' is the next topic. A handful of 'Fallout 4' expansions were briefly shown. Two included the game's crafting and building mechanic: one featuring Rube Goldberg-esque contraptions and the other allowing players to build their own Vaults. There's also an expansion that includes something that looked like a post-apocalyptic amusement park.
'Fallout Shelter' was also briefly featured. A new set of additions is on the way, and a PC version of the game was announced.
As the rumors suggested, a remastered 'Skyrim' game for the PS4 and Xbox One is coming in October. The remastered game is also getting the same mods-on-consoles treatment that just rolled out onto 'Fallout 4.' More details are here.
'Dishonored' developer Arkane announced a new project, titled 'Prey.' It has the same first-person action vibe of 'Dishonored' but with a decidedly survival horror aesthetic. Watch the reveal trailer here.
In the spirit of shareware, the first level of 'Doom' is available for free this week on all platforms.
We then received a little bit of an extended look at the Dark Brotherhood expansion of 'The Elder Scrolls Online,' bringing the assassin guild to the MMO. Bethesda also announced that the game will be going with a more open feel this fall with 'One Tamriel.' This initiative will unlock the game's content to all players regardless of level.
'Fallout 4' and 'Doom' will be coming to the world of VR with a release on the HTC Vive.
Finally, we head to Karnaca, the new setting of 'Dishonored 2.' The developers note the attention to world-building in the creation of the city, with special emphasis on the background music and the believability of the city and the NPCs that inhabit it.
The developers note that Karnaca was designed with more of a focus on verticality, which should mean plenty of Spider-Man-ing around with Emily Kaldwin's "far reach" ability.
The gameplay footage that followed showed off many of Emily Kaldwin's unique powers. Her power set is different from the familiar one of Corvo Attano, the game's other playable character. Her powers are further broken down here.
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