The Elder Scrolls VI is in the very early stages of pre-production at Bethesda Game Studios, the developers of Skyrim and Fallout 4.
Meanwhile, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR experience for those who want to take over Nazi machinery as a hacker killing Nazis.
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. It looks like we'll start playing at Reclamation Day, the day when the Vault actually opens back up to the Wasteland.
Since the game is coming out in November, we could easily expect this beta in the next month or so. According to their explanation, you'll never be instanced with more than a few dozen players, but you can always play with friends, team up with people and build homes and craft. Plus they're completely movable, but you should be careful of getting too attached to them as they can be destroyed by all manner of beasties (and other players, of course).More news: Rajinikanth's 'Kaala' leaked online on piracy website, Twitterati are angry
The game's Collector's Edition has also been revealed.
A LOT of thoughts about Fallout 76 and the mysteries revealed.
Base building from Fallout 4 returns, but is more flexible. The word on the street suggested that Bethesda's been plugging away at a new not-online Elder Scrolls game for some time, and now we've finally got that confirmed!
Bethesda also showed off another trailer for Fallout 76 on Sunday as well during Microsoft's session. The publisher is also having mobile-only giveaways from June 11-13 to celebrate the game's third anniversary.