There were a lot of announcements from Bethesda at E3 beyond The Elder Scrolls VI, Fallout 76, and new IP Starfield. First up is Wolfenstein: Youngblood is a co-op experience set 19 years after Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus. The fight against the Nazis continues and after BJ Blazkowicz has gone missing in occupied Paris, it is his children, twins Jessica and Sophia that must carry on. Also announced was Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot, a VR game.
Bethesda brought more than one FPS with it to E3 as id Software's DOOM Eternal was also shown off. This game serves as a direct sequel to DOOM from 2016 and will try to incorporate community requests, such as including more demons and making the DOOM Slayer even more powerful. More details will be announced at QuakeCon 2018 on August 10 in Dallas, Texas.
If you do not want to wait for something new from Bethesda, the company announced and released Mooncrash, a DLC for Prey that takes the player off the Talos I space station to the secret TranStar base. You will be playing as Peter, a hacker stationed on a spy satellite meant to intercept TranStar communications, but once the base stops transmitting, he goes in to investigate. The campaign of Mooncrash is a rogue-like experience offering infinite replayability. Mooncrash is available for $19.99 now and as part of the Digital Deluxe edition of the base game. Mooncrash will get a series of updates adding new items and themes in the coming months. If you already own Prey and have it installed currently, you should notice it received an update, which is adding new game modes to try. Story Mode is for those looking for a more casual, narrative experience while Survival Mode will put your skills to the test. The update also adds New Game+, for those looking for a reason to replay the game.
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