Nintendo showed off more of the hotly-anticipated sequel to its Zelda: Breath of the Wild in its E3 show.
“Get in a ship, explore the galaxy, do fun stuff”: that’s Bethesda’s Starfield in a nutshell, according to executive producer Todd Howard.
Bethesda Game Studios’ spacefaring follow-up to Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, Starfield, will be released Nov. 11, 2022, game director Todd Howard and Bethesda Softworks announced Sunday at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase at E3 2021.
E3 is virtual again this year, so Microsoft is hosting a virtual Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on Sunday instead of the usual in-person event.
Ahead of its Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on Sunday, where it will reveal its best and biggest-ever games lineup, Microsoft has provided some context for its gaming platform. And it amounts to “Xbox everywhere.”
E3 has finally released a complete schedule of the week’s streams and showcases, a mere three days before everything is meant to kick off. Cutting it a bit close, aren’t we?
About seven months ago, I unplugged my Xbox One X and set it aside, replacing it with Microsoft’s powerful new Xbox Series X. As I wrote in my review for that latter console, the Series X is all about promise: Better performance, graphics, sound, and power management. But it’s also about retaining a path from the past, so it runs the same Dashboard and shell, albeit it more efficiently. And it runs the same games and apps, at least for now, until game makers move on to supporting only the latest hardware.
How Daedalic is returning to the source for its Gollum game.
Do you go for Intel or AMD?