We knew there would be no Elder Scrolls 6 or Starfield at Bethesda's E3 2019 press conference, but Bethesda still had plenty to show off, including exciting Doom Eternal details and a few brand new games.
While Lafferty says it's not at all clear when "Blades" will emerge from the mists of "Early Access", he says that he knows one thing for sure: Bethesda will continue to support the game for years to come.
An attentive Twitch user shared a clip that appeared to show a mostly motionless crowd waiting for the next presenter, while the audio made it seem like the entire theater was applauding.
There was a lot of excitement for The Elder Scrolls: Blades leading up to its initial mobile launch, but the game suffered from some stingy free-to-play mechanics.
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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. We get a lengthy CGI trailer with a mounted soldier taking on a dragon before some backup shows up to help take it down, though we don't get to see the conflict fully resolved. It is streaming related, and dubbed Orion, which will optimize game engines for streaming.
The Elder Scrolls Online just released a brand new expansion in Elsweyr, but that didn't stop the folks at Zenimax from revealing two more updates that are coming this year. DOOM Eternal is in development for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia, and PC. Like Dishonored, it'll all be about playing the way you want to play. And by more we mean gameplay. Unfortunately, we'll have to wait to see more later on. There's also a collector's edition of this game, which will include the Doom Slayer's helmet.
The demo moves on to the multiplayer dubbed Battlemode. With that, Pete Hines returns to the stage for some closing remarks, announcing this year's QuakeCon to be dubbed as DoomCon, this July.