E3 2019 | The most interesting thing at the Bethesda conference

 E3 2019 |  The most interesting thing at the Bethesda conference

The conference Bethesda it lasted approximately 1h21m and started with a video of the company’s own employees talking about the importance of gamers and how grateful they are for the support and feedback from the community. Obviously a way to apologize for the recent slips and probably for the problems with Fallout 76. Pete Hines, responsible for Bethesda’s marketing and communication, as soon as he entered the stage, he continued with the same speech. Emphasizing the importance of the community and its feedback.

Then we had Todd Howard, Bethesda’s executive producer making fun of the company’s slide during the past year, justifying that the problems with Fallout 76 were due to the lack of experience and that the game received a lot of criticism and that since then the team has been working hard to fix bugs and flaws. Todd also focused his speech on the importance of the community and how much they care about it.

The conference as a whole was very lukewarm, where the highlight was Doom Eternal and the teaser for GhostWire Tokyo.

Fallout 76

The game will finally receive those NPCs that everyone questioned the whereabouts of the update Wastelanders, which will arrive free at the end of 2019 and aims to change the gaming experience. The premise is that it has been almost twelve months since the opening of Vault 76, other humans are returning to retake the Appalachians. Settler factions and looters bring more life and new missions. The attempt Bethesda to redeem himself with the public and put into play what should have been present since day one. In addition to the NPCs, we will have new missions where our choices will have consequences, factions, new weapons, armor and more.

Another novelty is that Fallout 76 wins a Battle Royale mode to call your own. Nuclear Winter will put 52 players to fight among themselves and thus define who will be the supervisor of Vault 51. The genre that became popular in recent years was also an addition that many did not expect, since most players have been demanding more game corrections for start of conversation.

GhostWire: Tokyo

The new game from Tango Gameworks was presented by the executive producer Shinji Mikami and the creative director Ikumi Nakamura, who gave a show of sympathy to the party and won many quotes on twitter. GhostWire: Tokyo mixes action and adventure with that suspense and hints of the supernatural that are familiar to us, since Tango is responsible for the franchise The Evil Within. But according to the presentation and the teaser that was shown, GhostWire: Tokyo distances itself from the horror and survival games for which Tango is known, focusing more on Japanese mythological elements, in a Tokyo that is beginning to be plagued by disappearances of people with no apparent explanation and it is up to you to discover the reason, facing paranormal anomalies and unknown forces and thus rid the once agitated city of this supernatural evil.


The developer Arkane Lyon, creator of Dishonored presented its new first-person action game titled DEATHLOOP. According Dinga Bakaba and Sébastien Mitton, both from Arkane Lyon, the game is something innovative and stylish, with meticulously designed areas that give players the freedom to approach each situation the way they want.

DOOM Eternal

Perhaps the great moment of the night was the hour when the carnage came to light at the Bethesda. DOOM Eternal happens after the events of DOOM (2016) and in the skin of DOOM Slayer, you return to Earth to face a demonic invasion, nothing much. The game is expected to be released on November 22 for PC, Nintendo Switch, PlayStation and Xbox One.

THE id Software also introduced the new Battlemode which is the new 2 on 1 multiplayer experience. A DOOM Slayer armed to the teeth faces two player-controlled demons in three intense first-person combat rounds.


Wolfenstein: Youngblood was designed by MachineGames in partnership with Arkane Lyon and brings back all the frenzied action in a world dominated by Nazis, the game now focuses more on a cooperative experience and the daughters of J. Blazkowicz , who disappeared in Paris, will have the task of finding him and bringing the same safe and sound home. The game comes out on July 26 for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch.

And for those looking for a VR experience, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot where the player is the best hacker in the region and the French resistance needs your help. Also produced by MachineGames and developed by Arkane Lyon, this virtual reality gaming experience puts the player in the booth of Nazi war machines, crushing, burning and causing a lot through the streets of a dystopian Paris. Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot arrives for PC also on July 26th.


Released a few weeks ago, RAGE 2 already receives its first updates and many to come. The Rise of Ghosts, which will probably arrive later this year, will bring a new story, a new enemy faction (the Ghosts), new weapons and skills.

The Elder Scrolls

The franchise also has several new features such as The Elder Scrolls: Blades that will arrive on Nintendo Switch at the end of the year. According to the information, players will be able to transfer their progress from the mobile version. The game will run in both TV and portable mode, Blades on Switch takes advantage of the platform’s unique Joy-Cons and motion controls to allow for a variety of game styles. Remember that the mobile version also gains new content that adds new content and features requested by players, including a new line of missions for Dragon Slayer, battles for a player in the Arena, new types of work, the prop system, support to level 50+ players, new decorations and NPCs with a voice for important moments in history and interactions in the city.

The Elder Scrolls Online will also win two new DLC’s: Scalebreaker and Dragonhold. These DLC’s will arrive in the coming months and will challenge players to find ways to defeat the winged beasts and bring back Sai Sahan, one of the original Five Companions, as the leader of the Dragon Guard, a legendary group of warriors feared by dragons of all ages. lands for his prowess in defeating them, and it will be the epic conclusion of the Dragon Season.

THE Bethesda also talked a little about the project Orion a software aimed at improving the quality of transmission of games through the cloud in which they are working and also released the trailer for Commander Keen, a mobile game that is a reimagination of the original title released by id Software in the 90s.

The conference ended with Pete Hines back on stage and another beautiful video about the importance of all gamers and the community.