Bethesda Game Studio's popular mobile game "Fallout Shelter" is now available for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch, executive producer Todd Howard announced Sunday during the Bethesda E3 2018 press conference.
As for Starfield, there's not really a whole lot to go on, so the hype isn't quite there yet. It should also help cut down on the amount of oddities in the game world, though it wouldn't be a Bethesda game without some weird things happening.
Meanwhile, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR experience for those who want to take over Nazi machinery as a hacker killing Nazis.
Now in pre-production at Bethesda Game Studios, the acclaimed developers of Skyrim and Fallout 4.
Thankfully, we won't have to wait until the November 14 release date to try it, as Fallout 76 will have a Beta. This means the other people you experience while playing aren't NPCs.
There's also a game mechanic where it seems nuclear weapons can be acquired - the nuclear launch codes can be used to fire a nuclear missile at parts of the game world's map.
However, there is more to do than just surviving as Fallout 76 will feature quests for players to complete and brand new enemies to kill.
Base building from Fallout 4 returns, but is more flexible.
The second announcement trailer was for The Elder Scrolls VI, a game fans of Skyrim have been asking for.
As suspected, Vault 76 opens 25 years after the apocalyptic nuclear war.
Bethesda also showed off another trailer for Fallout 76 on Sunday as well during Microsoft's session.