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How to pre-register for The Elder Scrolls: Blades

13 June 2018

KitGuru Says: The Elder Scrolls VI is sure to be a big hit, but what's particularly interesting is Starfield. Starfield is the first new franchise to Bethesda Softworks for, neither more nor less, 25 years, because the wait is clearly worth it.

Discover Starfield, the new space epic now in development by Bethesda Game Studios.

This year's E3 is no different, and as the conference progresses and more announcements are made, we'll be updating this list with all of the biggest Android games that are unveiled. Bethesda's Todd Howard called this one "next-gen", which could mean that the engine has had a dramatic overhaul... or that it's going to be releasing on the PS5 and Xbox-Whatever.

Speaking of abilities, we do know a few of the features that will be available with The Elder Scrolls: Blades.

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As well as the game's announcement, a first-look trailer revealed a little bit of what gamers can expect from Starfield. At present, we have no reason to believe that this is not a proper single-player epic Elder Scrolls adventure in the style of classic Elder Scrolls experiences.

Congratulations, you're now pre-registered for The Elder Scrolls: Blades. These include randomly-generated dungeons, player-versus-player arena combat and town-building gameplay.

For now, you should definitely sign up for the early access so you can try out the game for yourself.

Geoff Keighley sat Howard down for a chat after Bethesda's excellent E3 presentation.

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As promised, Bethesda had plenty of surprises in store for fans at its E3 2018 press conference. Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim was released back in 2011 and is now playable on every device known to man, including smart fridges.

Blades will eventually launch on consoles, PC, and VR headsets, too.

Yet, that's not all, as Bethesda also teased The Elder Scrolls VI, but that's still a long time away, coming after another game belonging to a new IP titled Starfield.

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How to pre-register for The Elder Scrolls: Blades