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by Koushik Paul

Full Conference:

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Games List: (In order of appearance)

Doom 4
Release: Spring 2016
Platforms: PC/XB1/PS4

Powered by idtech 6, Doom 4 was shown in full speed in-gameplay. We were shown using guns such as the fan-favorite double-barrel shotgun and chainsaw on Mars, fighting demons. We were shown many gameplay elements such as the weapon wheel. The engine seems to be running similar to the original, as everything is smooth, with minimal head-bobbing.

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Multiplayer was also shown, as player-made content was announced as Doom Snapmap. So much content!

Finally, a quick snippet of gameplay on hell, with a perfect Doom ending!

A new core system service for Bethesda’s games.

Release: 2015
Platforms: PC

Battlecry is a third-person over-the-shoulder online multiplayer action game with an art style similar to Team Fortress. Some new characters were announced: Brawler, Enforcer, Infiltrator, Ranger, Gadgeteer.

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Dishonored 2
Release: Coming Soon
Platforms: PC/XB1/PS4

Dishonored 2 was announced with a CGI trailer. Some notable moments included the female assassin being revealed as Emil Caldwin, the girl were assigned to protect in the first game, as well as the Outsider being shown.

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Dishonored Defnintive Edition
Release: Coming Soon?
Platforms: XB1/PS4

The original Dishonored is being re-released as an HD remake for XB1 and PS4. All DLC will be included as well as all new textures.

The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited DLC
Release: DLC coming soon
Platforms: PC/XB1/PS4

New DLC was announced for the online MMORPG:
Imperial City

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The Elder Scrolls: Legends
Release: Coming Soon
Platforms: PC/iPad

A new strategy card game featuring characters from the Elder Scrolls universe. Like Hearthstone, but elder scrolls characters instead of World of Warcraft ones.

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Fallout 4
Release: November 10, 2015!
Platforms: PC/XB1/PS4

This is the big one. The sequel to one of the best RPG shooters of the last decade. This game takes place 200 years after the bombs dropped. It takes place in Boston. Open-world looting and shooting with so much content!

Gameplay was finally shown, as it was announced that the game will begin with the events just before the bombs dropped. New features were shown: Your character speaks, Dog, use your pip-boy in cool new ways (like to play smaller games), use your iPhone as your pip-boy, scrap items and use them to build new guns, find small items and use them to build bigger defenses, build circuits using generators, program stuff to turn on during certain conditions.

Ended with a sizzle-reel that made our faces melt!

Fallout Shelter
Release: Tonight
Platforms: iOS (iPhone and iPad)

This new iOS game was announced in the middle of the Fallout 4 segment. You manage your own fallout shelter. No paywall timers, no internet connection required to play, only thing to spend money on is lunch boxes (random loot).

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Overall Impressions:

This conference could very well be the best one at all of E3. It started off at super speed with the fast-as-hell Doom 4. All the content shown was glittered with small touches here and there to pay homage to the original, scubas the double-barrel shotgun. There were some smaller announcements such as, Elder Scroll Legends and Fallout Shelter. There were some other announcements such as Battlecry, Dishonored 2, and Dishonored: Definitive Edition. But they did save the best for last, with Fallout 4 taking up what felt like the majority of the time. So much content in just gameplay alone. Enough concept arts to keep people dissecting the game for weeks.
Bethesda has put a fantastic precedent with their show, one that I hope others follow: Show what’s done, don’t show whats still being made, and end with a blockbuster!

Koushik Paul

Studying Computer Engineering at NYU Poly ... Tandon School of Engineering. Love well-shot action movies and engrossing video games.


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