Bethesda has announced Starfield, their first original single-player franchise in 25 years (clearly they are referring to Bethesda Game Studios, or else they'd probably count Dishonored).
Rage 2 will release in spring of 2019.
Doom: Eternal, meanwhile, is announced as the sequel to Doom - with twice as many demons than the reboot.
CNN sources say Trump is considering dozens of new pardons
District Judge Michael Hogan initially gave Dwight Hammond three months and his son Steven a year and-a-day behind bars. He made it clear Trump's legal team would combat any effort to force the president to testify in front of a grand jury.
Wolfenstein: Youngblood features players as one of BJ's twin daughters.
Meanwhile, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot is a VR experience for those who want to take over Nazi machinery as a hacker killing Nazis. Bethesda wanted players to create their own story in the game, and so the Fallout 76 open world comes with very few rules. As revealed by Todd Haward during the showcase, Fallout 76 will be an entirely online game, with all characters being controlled by real players. Yes, it's an MMO, and yes, that means there are going to be other people in it - but this one could be the MMO for you even if you've never touched one before. However, because other players lurk around on your map, it's possible for your base to be attacked by both wildlife and humans.
The game's Collector's Edition has also been revealed.
LeBron James went off the backboard to himself in Game 3
Warriors coach Steve Kerr is glad to have a familiar situation for his team in the road challenge. But third quarters have kind of been our Achilles heel all year. "I don't think so", Lue said.
But Fallout 76 is much, much more than that.
Bethesda also showed off another trailer for Fallout 76 on Sunday as well during Microsoft's session. There are also a plethora of new enemies to fight and users can acquire Power Armor. The word on the street suggested that Bethesda's been plugging away at a new not-online Elder Scrolls game for some time, and now we've finally got that confirmed!
Liverpool agree Nabil Fekir deal with Lyon
But Liverpool have dug deep and agreed a fee with Lyon , with the Reds reportedly paying an initial £48m to take him to Anfield. Klopp and co. hope to complete the transfer before the commencement of the FIFA World Cup , next week.