As the week normally began on Monday, Bethesda decided to take the stage on Sunday to kick off the week of E3 for 2015. The Electronic Entertainment Expo normally begins their announcement week on Monday with a few press conference but it seems that Bethesda, on their first go-around, decided to light up a usually boring Sunday of speculation for Monday. Let’s be honest, much of it was about Fallout 4.
Fallout 4 Release Date Announced
It is official: Fallout 4 will come to your console on November 10, 2015. This breaks speculation that the game was possibly going to be released in early 2016.
Customization Will Be A Big Part of Fallout 4
Game Director Todd Howard explained that the new game will feature customization, building and crafting that has never been seen in a role-playing game. He demonstrated how players can build their own homes, modify their weapons and trick out their power armor.
Before The Bombs Drop
The beginning of the game will show life in the pre-apocalyptic world. “A beautiful Saturday morning, with the threat of war looming,” said Todd Howard, the game’s director. He noted that development on that began right after Fallout 3 back in 2009.
Dishonored 2 Is Coming
The official announcement came after a few days of leaked information about the game. The sequel will be coming from Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios. There is no official release date but the game will be coming out for PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One.
Dishonored Definitive Edition Coming
Alongside with the announcement of Dishonored 2, Bethesda announced their upgrade for the current-gen consoles will be coming to the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 this fall. The new version will upgrade the original game as well as have all its downloadable content.
The Elder Scrolls Legends Card Game Coming This Year
They, also, announced a free-to-play strategy card game coming later this year. The game will be available on PC and iPad but no further information was made available.
Doom Coming In 2016
It has finally been announced that Doom will be coming to PlayStation 4, Windows PC and Xbox One in spring of 2016. The development of the game has gone back to 2007. Originally called Doom 4, it was stuck in development hell when they scrapped the project originally back in 2009.