As part of Bethesda’s presentation at E3 2019 this past weekend, the first trailer for the next game from Dishonored and Prey developer Arkane Studios was shared.
The game, which is titled Deathloop, is being developed by Arkane’s studio in Lyon, France. It follows two assassins locked in a neverending battle, in a place where death is more of a learning experience than the end of their existence.
Continue below for an official description of Deathloop and to check out the world premiere trailer.
The next game from The Evil Within and The Evil Within 2 developer Tango Gameworks, titled GhostWire: Tokyo, was unveiled during publisher Bethesda’s E3 2019 showcase.
The game is an action adventure title with supernatural elements, which sees you trying to figure out what’s causing mysterious disappearances in Tokyo. You can find a brief official description of GhostWire: Tokyo and watch the teaser trailer below.
When Fallout 76 was released last November, it was met with overwhelming negativity. And though I was a definitely bummed out that my favorite developer had chosen to not only make back to back Fallout games instead of moving on to upcoming gamesStarfield and, more importantly, The Elder Scrolls VI after Fallout 4, but make an online multiplayer Fallout game instead of focusing on the single-player RPGs they’re so darn good at creating, I still didn’t hate the game like so many others did.
But despite the negativity, Bethesda has pushed forward. And for their annual showcase at E3 2019, they announced some big additions coming to Fallout 76. The first is a free update called “Wastelanders,” which brings human NPCs and branching dialogue to the game; while the second is “Nuclear Winter,” a free 52-player Battle Royale mode.
You can see trailers for both of these updates as well as a developer diary for the Battle Royale mode below.
Bethesda Softworks has released an official story trailer for Wolfenstein: Youngblood. The latest game in the series offers those who acquire it the option of experiencing the game with someone else via co-op.
The game jumps developer MachineGames’ rebooted series into the 1980s. In it, series protagonist William “B.J.” Blazkowicz has gone missing after a mission to Nazi-occupied Paris. This leaves his twin daughters, Jess and Soph Blazkowicz, to set off on a quest to find old Terror Billy.
Click on over to the other side for more info on Wolfenstein: Youngblood and to watch the story trailer.
For those of you who are still playing, interested in eventually playing, or open to returning to Fallout 76 at some point, a free new update titled “Wild Appalachia” has been released.
The update features a new questline which is tied to a new crafting workbench which allows you to brew and distill various adult beverages including the new Nukashine, other new upcoming quests, survival mode, and more.
Continue below for more info on what’s new and what’s coming soon, and to give the trailer a watch.