What To Expect at E3 2017: Bethesda

Next up, Bethesda. A lot of rumours flying around with a new IP and VR versions of games. So let’s have a look at what we can expect from Bethesda at E3. Starfield This is what has people most excited. A brand new IP from Bethesda that takes place in Space! From the leaks that may or may not be true, this game is supposed to be a part of the Bethesda Universe where Fallout is the beginning and Elder Scrolls the far future with this being in-between in the time period.  With planet’s developed by developers and procedurally generated worlds as well, we wonder if this game will by the ultimate hype and then fail miserably. But from what we’ve read till now it seems to be a competitor for the Mass Effect series and I’m really excited to know about this new IP. Fallout ...

Quake Champions ‘Anarki’ Champion Trailer

Among the tough warriors and alien conquerors inhabiting the Dreamlands, Anarki sticks out like a sore thumb. It’s tough to keep up with the transhuman punk when he’s crusing trails around the Arena on his hoverboard, but his speed is just one of the things that allow him to compete on the same level as Champions like Nyx and Scalebearer. Anarki is one of the Champions you’ll be able to try out during the Closed Beta.     I just love the concept of this character. You guys saw that at 0:24, right? Register with us for the best in gaming, and join us for video game discussions on our forums.

You Can Play Quake Champions Without The Champion Abilities In Custom Matches

Making arena type FPS characters more unique by giving them special abilities seems to be a new trend. Battleborn, Overwatch, even Call of Duty: Black Ops III, all give you some kind of powers based on the character you choose. Though the game will feature all the cool stuff that made us fall in love with the Quake series (including rocket jumping, fast movement, scurrying around the map for different weapons), Champions will be the first game to adopt this unique ability format. Fans of the classic Quake experience have had a mixed reaction to this, however. Many want the old school experience in today’s high detail graphics. “We want to make sure we give people what they want,” Project Lead Tim Willits said in an interview with Gamespot. “If you create custom game...

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