The Elder Scrolls VI, Starfield, Fallout 76, and RAGE 2 were just a few of the announcements that Bethesda had up their sleeve for this year’s E3. Even if two of those four simply involved a name and a logo, we now know that Starfield is real and that Bethesda is hard at work figuring out how to make TES VI a true evolution over their previous games. All existing projects are receiving upgrades of varying degrees. There’s even going to be a full-fledged mobile RPG from Bethesda soon as well, The Elder Scrolls Blades. This group of announcements seems to have made E3 viewers very pleased.
If you missed it, check out the entire Bethesda E3 Press Conference WrapUp we posted which will give you the play-by-play of each detail, each trailer, each gameplay video, and even the entire Press Conference replay if you’d like to see it for yourself.
Geoff Keighley is the host and producer of The Game Awards and is also the creator of E3 Coliseum on YouTube in which deep dive interviews take place in between all of the Press Conferences at E3. He reached out to his large Twitter audience to get the ranking of each Press Conference and about an hour after they happened, it’s pretty telling results.
Bethesda E3 Press Conference Ratings:
51% of viewers gave the show an A rating.
30% of viewers gave the show a B rating.
14% of viewers gave the show a C rating.
7% of viewers gave the show a D rating.
If you missed the rest of E3 so far, don’t worry – RGN has got you covered. The following events have already taken place:
There’s still more E3 to come as well. Tomorrow we will see Todd Howard of Bethesda interviewed by Geoff Keighley, so if you’ve got more questions about Fallout 76 then be sure to tune into that on YouTube. There’s going to be a Press Conference from Square Enix at 10AM Pacific Time, Ubisoft at 1PM Pacific Time, and PlayStation at 6PM Pacific Time. There’s also a PC Gamer Show at 3PM Pacific Time and a first-ever E3 show by Limited Run Games at 12PM Pacific Time. We will have full WrapUps for Square Enix, Ubisoft, and PlayStation and will aim to cover all major news from the PC Gamer Show and Limited Run Games throughout the week as well, so come back here if you need help rounding up all of the videos and announcements or if you just enjoy our detailed play-by-play.