Throughout their E3 2017 conference, Bethesda was keen on bringing their most popular titles to the forefront and it is no wonder it worked like a charm.
After all, while companies like Microsoft and Sony dominate the entire event with their huge list of developers the other brands had to focus on their best.
Electronic Arts showed off Star Wars Battlefront II as their best offering while Ubisoft is yet to take to the stage. Bethesda, the company known for making some of the best open world games including Skyrim and Fallout had some noteworthy announcements at the spot. It also included the VR friendly Doom with additional content. The announcement is sure to make many happy especially owners of HTC Vive and Oculus Rift.
Fallout 4 VR Edition
Surprisingly, almost every developer except for Microsoft had their eyes set on virtual reality as the selling point. The newly announced Xbox One X console focused more on 4K resolution gaming with 60 FPS, something mid-range computers would struggle to deliver especially at the cost of $499. A game like Fallout 4 VR edition would definitely take great advantage of the content offered on the Xbox One X system especially the open world it offers that would allow you to explore it for hours without break.
The Evil Within 2
One of the best games of all time revealed at E3 2017 by Bethesda. The gameplay is intense and if what they showed in the show floor could be converted throughout the entire game, it would be the perfect title to have on PS4, Xbox One or PC. Irrespective of the platform of your choice, the game would be very addictive. It is set for launch on October 13th.
Called the Doom VFR, the virtual reality version of Doom is designed for the Playstation VR and the HTC Vive. The release date is yet to be confirmed but the trailer showcased during the Bethesda conference looked quite scary and seems to be a promising, AAA entry into the world of VR on all top platforms.
A brand new Wolfenstein game was also revealed during the event. The teaser video is more than enough to describe how current the graphics and the gameplay would look like. The visuals are some of the most talked about things during Bethesda as well as the E3 2017 conferences so far geared towards the PS4 Pro and the Xbox One X consoles.