We have nearly nothing to go on at this point other than the fact that the game does exist, and that BEthesda are working on it. With a Bethesda E3 press conference, there's a certain consistency to the announcements. You're forced into exile, and you'll be exploring hand-crafted and procedurally generated dungeons as you play.
Now in pre-production at Bethesda Game Studios, the acclaimed developers of Skyrim and Fallout 4. However, it does seem like we're leaving the snow-covered world of Skyrim for a more diverse climate that somewhat resembles the world seen in Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
A LOT of thoughts about Fallout 76 and the mysteries revealed. It features traditional FPS elements and dying will not strip you of your gear.
Arena - A battleground where you fight one-on-one against other real-life players. However, there is no set release date for the game at the moment. Bethesda also announced it is working on new modes, new cards, and is revamping the game's interface. We'll let you know when there's more to report, but in the meantime, head down to the comments section and let us know your ideal setting for The Elder Scrolls VI. If the site doesn't work for you, you can always try coming back later.
The briefing is scheduled to kick off at 1130 AEST / 1100 ACST / 1030 AWST / 1330 NZST, with a pre-game show that usually runs for around 15 or 20 minutes.
Meanwhile, Fallout Shelter will have a release on the PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch - and its going to come out later today. The game is a "massive first-person role-playing game" and will be the second Elder Scrolls game to make it to mobile.
While the game's release is still a few months away, if you want early access, you can sign up for the chance to be one of the first to try it at The Elder Scrolls: Blades website. You can create players and use melee weapons and ranged weapons and magic, too.
Trump intrigued with solving threat from North Korea
It initially was meant to rid the North of its weapons, to forge the " complete denuclearization " of the country. North Korea spent decades developing nuclear weapons, culminating in the test of a thermonuclear device in 2017.