'Starfield' is the name of Bethesda's first new franchise in 25 years

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Bethesda continually sets an incredibly high bar for itself, but typically manages to clear it.

Bethesda has reportedly been talking about making Starfield for years now.

- "Jump Force" is an all-new game that mashes together several different popular anime into a single game, including characters from "Dragonball Z" and "Naruto".

Our first extended look at Rage 2, the upcoming sequel from id Software and Avalanche Studios. "Abyss" is a survival mode where players battle enemies in an endless dungeon. "You want the DOOM Slayer to feel even more powerful?" I'm not a Gears fan myself, but it's awesome seeing Funko's Pop! figures coming to life in the short teaser trailer we got. Spencer said that the hardware team behind the Xbox One X is "deep into architecting the next Xbox consoles" and that they'll "set the benchmark for console gaming". Bethesda announced that Wolfenstein and Prey are both getting VR-compatible installments in the form of a DLC for Prey and a stand-alone title called Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot. We just teased it.

Ok, ok, so it's not a real thing, but Bethesda's piss-take of where Skyrim will be coming next was a temptation too big to resist.

This $19.99 DLC for Prey introduces a new infinitely replayable campaign in which you attempt to escape from a TranStar moon base. If you'd rather play on another platform, you'll just have to wait a bit longer.

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The game features three modes in all.

All games in the Elder Scrolls series take place in the fictional realm of Tamriel.

- A new "Battletoads" game is coming in 2019.

We know that TES 6 is now in pre-production, but with Fallout 76 and Starfield both on Bethesda's plate, it'll likely be a few years before the RPG makes its way into our living rooms. The game also lets you build out the town in your game as you play as the empire's top agents: The Blades.

Have you ever dreamed about playing an Elder Scrolls games on your smartphone? Blades will be available later this year. Todd Howard also announced Starfield, a brand new IP that should utilize everything the company has learned throughout its entire 25 years of games development.

We saw our first glimpse of the game on June 10th in the teaser trailer below.it's not much more than a title and setting at this point, but the video does introduce us to an unnamed planet, a floating satellite or space station, and some sort of. glowing wormhole?

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