Breaking down Bethesda's E3 2018 Showcase

Delia Walker
June 11, 2018

Of course, if you want to play by yourself, it's entirely possible to go solo through the entire game.

Bethesda have just popped up during the Microsoft E3 briefing to unveil Fallout 76, which is set before all the previous games and 300 years since the formation of the United States of America.

Fallout 76 will feature the same base building functionality as seen in Fallout 4, but players will be able to build anywhere, and move built items anywhere.

With "all-new lighting, rendering" technology that's vastly improved compared to past Fallout titles, Bethesda's Todd Howard confirmed.

Since the game is coming out in November, we could easily expect this beta in the next month or so.

For those who missed the conference, Fallout 76 is a multiplayer survival game that allows dozens of players to inhabit one world. Players also shouldn't expect to meet many others during their journey through the Wasteland, as each player will play with only a few others on different servers.

The Elder Scrolls 6 does not now have a confirmed release window or list of platforms.

Bethesda's E3 2018 showcase featured tons of new revelations and announcements for its plethora of titles.

Also, dying in Fallout 76 doesn't mean a loss of progression or a loss of your character.

Head to the nuclear missile sites across the map, and if you manage to get into the bunkers you'll find those ever so deadly missiles.

If you are looking to pre-order the game, Bethesda announced a Collector's Edition that comes with a plethora of goodies. The publisher is also having mobile-only giveaways from June 11-13 to celebrate the game's third anniversary.

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