But there's a catch: Bethesda's Todd Howard mentioned that Elder Scrolls VI would be their next major release after another game, an original sci-fi property called Starfield, which Howard introduced as being a "next-generation" title.
At its E3 event today, Bethesda showed off a number of upcoming games, including Rage 2, DOOM Eternal, Fallout 76, Starfield, and Elder Scrolls 6. Players of The Elder Scrolls Online will also be able to expect even more DLC to come out near the end of the year, the second being titled Murkmire.More news: Putin visits China: Trump summit up for discussion
Starfield is a brand new IP in development at Bethesda and it seems it is set in space, or at least some part of it.
The website is a bit iffy likely due to the volume of people signing up. You can play the game solo, but with multiplayer as an option - open world, survival, and every person is real.More news: Kingdom Hearts 3 release date announced
In the meantime, you can pre-order the game. The Walker uses different skills to take enemies and can select from a range of different weapons types - assault rifles, pistols, shotguns, and more. Along the way you can customize your character with different weapons and armor. Abyss is an endless dungeon to see how far your adventurer can get. Arena mode is 1v1, pvp combat. You can also travel to the towns of friends. The entire game is also fully playable in portrait mode, for your office slacking needs.
Blades is launching first on smartphones, Bethesda Softworks said it wants to release the title to all platforms, including PC and consoles.More news: Fans wonder whether LeBron's injured hand cost the Cavs a championship