It was much anticipated that this time around E3 would be not much of a ‘News Breaker’ because of companies like EA and Ubisoft not showcasing much about their forthcoming titles and Sony not doing much for the wide gamer audience. But Bethesda on the other hand has taken the first day of E3 by storm.
Bethesda announced its upcoming games which included Dishonored 2 and Fallout 4.
It was much anticipated that Bethesda was soon going to release a Fallout sequel soon and the rumors came true when earlier this year Bethesda showed a small teaser of the game and said it was going to release the details at E3. Well, E3 is here and furthermore Bethesda surprised the audience when they announced that they were going to release the game in November later this year, which is surprisingly early. They also showed a 3 minute gameplay footage of the game.
The game starts off with your main character whom you have to create according to your own might and choice. The footage showed a town in which everyone was living their lives happily and when a nuclear/radioactive explosion is seen and a handful of people from the protagonist’s neighborhood manage to escape to an underground hideout. Bethesda was reluctant to show or tell anymore of the story or gameplay. The game still uses the old Oblivion engine but it is heavily improved.
Fallout 4 is now available on online stores with a Pip-Boy collectible for your iOS or Android phone.
Seems like Bethesda wasn’t very good at keeping secrets. It was a shame that a game that was kept undercover for so long had been leaked just ahead of E3. The game’s announcement didn’t receive any special reception except for claps from the audience because much of the detail had been leaked.
Nevertheless, Bethesda also showed the gameplay footage of Dishonored 2. The story follows the previous game of the series. The game also lets you play with 2 characters, both of whom appeared in the first game. One is Corvo, whom we’re all familiar with. The other is Emily Kaldwin, the Princess orphaned in the intro to Dishonored. The game is said to be Next-gen exclusive.
It’s coming to Xbox One, PS4 and PC in Spring 2016.
Bethesda also announced the arrival of Doom, the original horror FPS. The remake of the game was shown with highly intensive graphics with 4k support.