Bethesda took a two-hour chunk off E3 2018’s second day with another massive and surprising press conference. They took the time to show off a lot more than just Fallout and Rage 2, but the latter two also had their fair share of the audience impact. Anyway, here are the other revelations from Bethesda’s conference.

Doom Eternal

Touted as a sequel to Doom, this new game is said to feature more of the “hell on earth” feel, and more demons. More information about the game will be revealed at Quake Con.

Wolfenstein Youngblood

After The New Colossus, Bethesda outs another direct sequel in the revived Wolfenstein franchise, this time in the form of Youngblood (not to be confused with the Rob Liefeld comic). The game revolves around the twin daughters of Wolfenstein protagonist, B.J. Blazkowicz. The game can be played in either solo or coop modes. Coming 2019.

The Elder Scrolls Blades

The Elder Scrolls Blades is an “Elder Scrolls game through and through.” This game’s for the mobile phone with console-like graphics. Movement and attack controls are via touchscreen, plus a portrait mode is also available for one-hand control. “You’ll never know when you’ll need a free hand… to hold your coffee,” as what Todd Howard said. Apart from story mode, Blades also has an Abyss mode, which has an infinite dungeon; and the Arena for 1v1 PVP. It’s out this Fall 2018 for free. Early adopters can opt for early access by pre-registering at

Starfield reveal

Todd Howard unveiled a very short teaser for a “next-gen” space/sci-fi game that Bethesda is working on, called Starfield. There’s not much to glean from with the info at hand, except that Howard did confirm the game is already in a playable state, per his interview with Geoff Keighley.