The Elder Scrolls 6 Teaser Trailer Revealed At E3

Otis Hoffman
June 11, 2018

During their E3 conference Bethesda teased the next Elder Scrolls game with a short video of some mountains.

We'll update when and if we get more information, but for now, let's just bask in the glory of this announcement, thrown out right at the end of an extremely good E3 presentation. As revealed by Todd Haward during the showcase, Fallout 76 will be an entirely online game, with all characters being controlled by real players. "The new client will also refresh the onboarding experience, making it faster and easier than ever for new players to dive into the strategic fun of Legends", Bethesda said in a blog post. After being awakened by an Overseer, they are among the first to emerge in the untamed wasteland of West Virginia.

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The beta will be used by Bethesda to stress the Fallout 76 servers, with it being the first multiplayer-focused game in the series' history. Based on a brief teaser, the game is set in 2102 and centers around a survivor from Vault 76.

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Fallout 76 launches on November 14th on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in all regions. You do, however, also get a duffel bag, a steelcase, collectible (and paintable) figurines, bonus digital items, and a glow-in-the-dark Fallout 76 map.

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