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Bethesda shows support for games at E3

Since it was such a hit last year Bethesda decided to do another showcase and they started off by presenting us with Quake Champions which will continue to be a competitive multiplayer game on the PC with more info to come at QuakeCon. Next up was the Elder Scroll Legends a card game so if your interested in checking it out go to Bethesda website to try to join the beta. White Fallout 4 has been out for months they decided to take a few moments to show us all the content they have delivered so far as well as some new content. Bethesda also surprised people  by announcing that they are releasing an HD version of Skyrim for current gen systems. They also announced a new first person shooter from the same people who brought us Dishonored called prey and it looks intense and reminds me of the Dead Space series. Doom while not a new game, receive some announcements like new modes and maps free for everyone to download and just overall support for the game. Along with supporting games already out they revealed the first DLC for Elder Scrolls Online called Dark Brotherhood on consoles. Bethesda also dipped its hands on the VR experience with Doom and Fallout 4 experiences which people who were at the event were able to experience for themselves. They closed the show off with Dishonored 2 by talking a lot about it and showing some gameplay footage.
As much as i liked the announcements they mentioned, many were for old games and even when they showed a trailer for Dishonored 2 there was no real hype for it, I think partially because it wasn’t presented right from the get go at least for me. All in all it could have been better but it is nice to know that Bethesda will continue to support games long after their release.

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