Before that though will be Starfield, Bethesda's brand new sci-fi epic which will be first their first completely new franchise in over 20 years. There was no release date given, but Howard said that it's coming after Starfield, another game Bethesda revealed this evening.
This is not a drill: The Elder Scrolls VI is officially in development, and Bethesda shared the first trailer for the game at E3 2018. That doesn't really narrow anything down, but it does mean this game isn't set in the very distant past.
Fans have been waiting for Elder Scrolls 6 to be announced.
This autumn though there'll be The Elder Scrolls: Blades for smartphones. You can play the game solo, but with multiplayer as an option - open world, survival, and every person is real. It features traditional FPS elements and dying will not strip you of your gear.
Battling will follow players' swiping movements, and there will be character customization in the game.
Abyss - A roguelike experience where you dungeon crawl through a perma-death game.
This is Elder Scrolls VI the latest big-ass, open-world fantasy RPG in Bethesda's long-running and beloved series. There will also be cross-play with the PC version of the game. One of the abilities we saw allowed the player to teleport like Overwatch's Tracer; switching weapons at the same time and blasting the enemy up close.