Bethesda pretty much started E3 2015 off with a bang dropping one of the best shows we’ve seen showcasing games like Fallout 4 and Doom plus a few more surprises.

The show was pretty much straight to the point delivering what people came for and that’s gameplay and announcements. There was lots of details from Fallout 4 revealed and DOOM pretty much got the show pumping at the start.

Great effort for their first ever conference at E3.

Check out what Bethesda showcased below, click on the links for more information.



ID Software’s DOOM is back and bigger than ever. Powered by the new ID Tech Engine 6, the new DOOM features incredible visuals and fast-paced action shooter gameplay. Revealed at E3 was the gameplay trailer, a multi-player and DOOM SnapMap. Check out the details here.

Coming in 2016.

Fallout 4


The game that pretty much took our breaths away during the show – Fallout 4. Bethesda didn’t hold back on the content with this showcasing brand new gameplay, lots of improvements and an incredible collector’s edition.¬†Check out more details on the game here.

Coming 10th November 2015.

Dishonored 2 and Definitive Editions


Another fan favourite is coming back for a 2nd round. A new protaganist has been revealed plus an insanely awesome announcement trailer. Check it out here.

Also announced is the Dishonored Definitive Edition coming to PS4 and Xbox One this August.

Dishonored 2 is coming in 2016.



We haven’t heard about this game for quite a while and it’s back with a whole new trailer and beta details. Australian/New Zealand players will get access before the rest of the world. Check it out.

Beta begins in August 2015. No release date has been announced.

Fallout Shelter


Ever wanted to build your very own Vault? Check out the spin-off game Bethesda announced for the iOS called Fallout Shelter – the post-nuclear strategy simulation for the mobiles/tablets. Check it out here.

The Elder Scrolls: Legends


Bethesda also revealed a free to play strategy card game for the PC/iPad called The Elder Scrolls: Legends. It’s due out end of 2015.¬†Click to watch the trailer.


Bethesda also announced Bethesda Net – a new digital platform for all things Bethesda. It will feature forums, videos, articles and access to games. Very little was shown during the E3 conference on how Bethesda Net runs but we will probably see more of it in the near future.