There were great hopes placed in the Bethesda conference for E3 2019, and although the event has been loaded with ads, they have missed more powerful surprises, and above all, gameplay videos that show how they look. of the video games presented during the event.
With news about the new content that Fallout 76 will receive, battle royale mode included, and the confirmation that The Elder Scrolls: Blades will also premiere on Nintendo Switch, Little Bethesda has been slow to give the first surprise The veteran Shinji Mikami, father of Resident Evil, has gone to the stage to make known GhostWire: Tokyo, an adventure of action and terror that his team is developed in Tango Gameworks. The sorrow? Only one cinematic trailer has been shown.
This has been followed by another surprise ad, Deathloop, which is the new videogame of Arkane Lyon, the authors of Dishonored, who are betting on the action, with two protagonists assassins confronted in an eternal duel. Again, only a cinematic trailer has been shown, with no real action scenes that can help us understand their combat mechanics. Another one that was expected was Wolfenstein: Youngblood and its commitment to the cooperative. Bethesda has not forgotten about mobile devices either, presenting a new Commander Keen videogame, nor the increasingly popular streaming gaming technology, with the announcement of his ambitious Orion, which promises to complement other services of the style by improving performance. of streaming video games.
Finally, Id Software has taken the stage to show not only a narrative trailer for its spectacular DOOM Eternal, but also an extensive video gameplay and a new multiplayer mode.
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