By Bryan Smith on June 12, 2016 at 8:58pm
During E3 2016, Bethesda revealed their game lineup and more.
The first game announced was "Quake: Champions." The original "Quake" was one of the first first-person shooters, alongside "Doom."
"The Elder Scrolls: Legends" announced. It's a free to play game with cards.
"The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Remastered" was announced for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One, just as the rumor floating around stated.
A new game was revealed called "Prey," which is (most likely) "Prey 2" that was cancelled previously. It centers around a man named Morgan as he encounters alien threats in what appears as a hybrid of horror and first-person shooter action. It'll release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
Bethesda announced that "Doom (2016)" and "Fallout 4" will be coming to HTC Vive, allowing those to experience the games in virtual reality.
More of "Dishonored 2" was shown off. A new location is set in the south called Karnaca instead of the previous British setting. "Dishonored 2" uses a new engine called the Void Engine. Some mechanical robots are seen roaming about, probably adding more depth to taking them out. The game takes place 15 years later after the first "Dishonored," with Empress Emily Kaldwin ruling.
Vertical space is more emphasized to take advantage of more interesting ways to progress the game. Wind is used by both Karnaca and the protagonists. One of Emily's powers includes Mesmerize, which acts like a mind-wipe ability that makes people forget that she was ever there. Emily's abilities are completely new, and both her and Corvo have new skill trees. Emily's Domino power links people together, linking them to the same fate. Shadow Walk lets Emily to stealthily approach enemies and attack them at the same time. A tool called the Lens of the Outsiders allows you to use a different timeline to solve puzzles.