E3 may not officially start until Tuesday, but the announcements are coming fast and furious. A few short hours after Microsoft previewed its streaming service and next-gen console, Bethesda took to the stage a few blocks a way, with footage from new Elder Scroll and Doom titles, along with a lot more Fallout 76 gameplay.
Here’s what you missed.
Elder Scrolls: Blades for Switch – The mobile game is heading to Switch this fall — and best of all, it’s free.
Fallout 76: Nuclear Winter – As the company noted, Fallout 76 didn’t get off to the most auspicious of starts. The publisher announced a number of new updates for the post-apocalyptic title, including, the addition of Nuclear Winter, a battle royale mode.
Ghostwire: Tokyo – A new creepy action adventure game from Resident Evil director, Shinji Mikami.
Commander Keen – The 90s id game returns as a free-to-play iOS title.
Elder Scrolls: Legends – The mobile title is getting additional content.
Rage 2 – The first-person shooter gets new enemies, new vehicles and more.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood – More footage of the Terror Twins doing a number on Nazis.
Deathloop: We didn’t get a lot of info on this one, but it sure did look purdy.
Doom: Eternal – More info, more footage and now, finally, a date. Doom: Eternal arrives November 22.