his year I was dead excited to see what Bethesda had to offer after last year’s success of Fallout 4.
I was pleased to see that they’ve created new and upcoming DLC (Downloadable Content) for Fallout 4. So far we’ve been treated to three DLC’s for the Fallout universe. We’re now being treated to a further three more. The Contraption Workshop, Vault Tech Workshop and lastly Nuka Cola World are the upcoming DLC releases that were unveiled with great style! Its outstanding to see how the Fallout world keeps expanding, and each time we get new content Bethesda doesn’t disappoint.
I was also pleased to see that their infamous Skyrim has been taken back and re-mastered for the next-gen game consoles. Even though the game before was visually beautiful with demos that Bethesda’s representatives presented was beautiful on the eye.
There was another title that I was pleased to see and that is Quake Champions. It’s been around for a good 20 years and people to this day are still playing other quake titles that came out long ago. To see them release a brand new Quake game for PS4, Xbox One, and PC is truly amazing. I cannot wait to experience the pure carnage and violence of this FPS AAA Title.
There was one title that I was genuinely surprised to see and that was Prey, since hearing a couple of year ago that there wasn’t going to be another Prey game in the making, this was a surprise to me and I’m sure as to many fans of the franchise was. By the looks of things Bethesda has worked form the ground up, with a new game concept, stunning visuals, and a new story.
There is also going to be more Doom content coming soon with the new DLC Unto The Evil. With new creatures, locations, characters etc. it’ll be exciting to see what this has in store for us in the upcoming weeks with Dishonored 2 later with year and going into a new dimension with Bethesda VR which will give games the ultimate experience in gaming with the games they well and truly love.