Fallout 76 looks as if hopes to lure in new players to franchise with this sort of new fresh take on the game.
Bethesda's Tod Howard announced that The Elder Scrolls: Blades would have virtual reality (VR) compatibility and would be available on a huge range of platforms, from Mobile up to high-end PC VR. "It's a game we've been making for a while", Howard said. They were released in 1994 and 1996 respectively, and had first-person gameplay with attacks dealt by clicking and dragging the mouse about the screen. This comes from an interview that Todd Howard gave to Geoff Keighley the day after Bethesda's showcase. The company shared a short teaser but no further details about The Elder Scrolls VI, the first game in its main Elder Scrolls series since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (2011). The game will be released as a free to play title but one might expect microtransactions to be a part of this game. In your quest to find out who's responsible for this destruction, you'll be sent off into exile and go through dungeons that are both procedurally generated and pre-created by Bethesda. The game will be playable in landscape and portrait modes featuring "console-quality graphics". Chances are we won't hear much about this game for quite some time and I'm ok with that.
For now, you should definitely sign up for the early access so you can try out the game for yourself. Cut to The Elder Scrolls VI logo, which got the crowd and the team watching from home, very excited.