Fallout 76

Bethesda Softworks at E3 2018: Fallout 76, Rage 2 & Other Games To Expect

Bethesda Softworks is slated to have press conference ahead of this year’s E3 event. In fact, this is the company’s fourth year in a row to hold a press conference of its own in advance of the event. This time, we would be revealing some fresh details about the company’s new games for E3 event.

 

In case you don’t know, Bethesda Softworks’ activities are set to kick-off on June 10 at 6:30 p.m. PT/9:30 p.m. ET. You can get the latest updates about their events by following their social media accounts in Facebook, and Twitter, among others.

 

Here’s a quick round-up of the things that Bethesda Softworks might present during this year’s E3 event.

Fallout 76

Online reports claim that Bethesda Softworks is gearing up for Fallout 76, but the company is not saying much about the rumored game. These reports were based on the briefest of teasers that we’ve seen so far on the web. However, we are not sure if the company would be presenting the Fallout 76 during the media conference. What we are certain, though, is that the rumored game takes place on October 27, 2012. This is based on the canonical Fallout timeline. Other reports hint that Fallout 76 is expected to feature multiplayer action.

Rage 2

Another game that is gaining wide attention from among gamers is Rage 2. You can recall that Bethesda has released the first gameplay trailer back in the middle of May. A quick check of the game’s trailer showed a bit of information. This includes multiple, distinct factions and diverse environments.

Wolfenstein 2, Dishonored 2

 

Also, Bethesda would further give details about Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus. This game came out back in October 2017. Recently, the game could now be ported over to the Nintendo Switch. On Dishonored 2, avid fans of this game would be hearing a possible update since it was released in November 2016.

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