The Elder Scrolls 6 announced


Fallout 76 is expressly an online video game. The postapocalyptic sequel takes place in a future in which 80 percent of the world's population died after an asteroid strike.

Yes, that's right: a new Elder Scrolls. Howard referred to it as the first major new franchise game for the company in over 20 years.

Stay tuned for all of the latest Elder Scrolls news! It's no big deal, really. Doom: Eternal picks up where the reboot ended and promises twice as many demons and "hell on earth".

Considering the aesthetic we've seen so far, Rage 2 is everything you thought it might be: It's pitching itself as a frenetically paced shooter.

You can download Quake Champions for free in its early access incarnation.

Djokovic Stunned By Cecchinato
In a tense encounter, both men were slapped with code violations for coaching before Cecchinato gallantly saved three set points. Dimitrov said Verdasco had played a "stunning match" but it could have been different if the first set had gone his way.

Wolfenstein: Youngblood features players as one of BJ's twin daughters. And because twins come in pairs by definition, it will also have a co-op mode.

Bethesda today detailed Fallout 76, confirming it is entirely online and has dedicated servers.

Over 120 million people have played Fallout Shelter since its 2015 launch, said Howard, a greater number of people than the amount who have played every other Bethesda game combined.

An extended Fallout 76 trailer was shown, and we are introduced to the massive world which is four-times larger than that in Fallout 4. No release window for the beta was given, either, so you'll have to watch this space to find out when you can dive into the beta and begin experiencing a small section of the game ahead of its launch.

Bethesda is bringing its "other" property to phones, too. I hope Bethesda is ready to be hounded year-in and year-out about the progress on The Elder Scrolls VI because that's probably all fans are going to care about.