Bethesda Previews DOOM: The Dark Ages, Indiana Jones, and Starfield: Shattered Space

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  • Bethesda Previews DOOM: The Dark Ages, Indiana Jones, and Starfield: Shattered Space

    Punch demons, punch Nazis, punch space, punch ghouls, punch Khajiit.
    The DOOM Slayer looking at the camera from DOOM: The Dark Ages.

    Bethesda showed off a bunch during the Xbox Game Showcase today, including a reveal for Doom: The Dark Ages. The studio also shared a new look at Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, Starfield's Shattered Space expansion, and more for Fallout 76 and The Elder Scrolls Online.

    DOOM: The Dark Ages
    id Software shared the first look at the next entry in the DOOM franchise. DOOM: The Dark Ages is a new single-player, action-FPS that will serve as a prequel to 2016's DOOM and DOOM Eternal. Play as the DOOM Slayer and wage a medieval war against the demons from Hell.

    DOOM: The Dark Ages is coming to PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and Game Pass in 2025.


    Players will shred enemies with devastating favorites like the Super Shotgun while also wielding a variety of new bone-chewing weaponry, including the all-new, versatile Shield Saw. Tear across the demon-infested battlefields in vicious, grounded combat inspired by the original DOOM. Take flight atop the fierce Mecha Dragon and beat titanic demons to a pulp in the massive Atlan mech.

    Indiana Jones and the Great Circle
    A new look at the new Indiana Jones game was shared today. This single-player adventure is set between the events of Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.


    The year is 1937, sinister forces are scouring the globe for the secret to an ancient power connected to the Great Circle, and only one person can beat them to it - Indiana Jones. Indiana Jones and the Great Circle will launch later this year, so stay tuned for updates.

    Starfield: Shattered Space
    This is the upcoming story expansion for Starfield that is set in the city of Dazra, the capital of House Va'Ruun's home world. Players will investigate a "frightening cosmic threat, explore a new planet, and find unique weapons, spacesuits, and gear."


    Also announced during today's showcase is Starfield’s June Update. Available to download tonight on PC and Console, Starfield’s June update includes the launch of Creations, new bounty hunting features and all new Trackers Alliance missions, enhanced melee combat , and more.

    Creations brings official mod support to Starfield. Players can now discover and play new content from Creators and Bethesda Game Studios directly in-game through the Creations menu. The Creation Kit, the official toolkit for Starfield, is also now available to download for free on Steam and puts the power to create new content in the community’s hands. Anyone in the community can make Creations and upload them to the Creations platform.​

    Fallout 76 - Skyline Valley
    This new expansion for the online Fallout game will be out June 12 across all platforms and will be free to all Fallout 76 players. Skyline Valley is the first expansion to expand the Fallout 76 map southward to the new Shenandoah region. Players will investigate the cause of an electrical storm circling overhead and unveil the mystery of Vault 63. It is here that players will discover a new type of Ghoul, The Lost.


    Fallout 76: Skyline Valley lets players explore a wholly new region showcasing the rolling hills of Shenandoah and uncover a new storyline that introduces the vault dwellers of Vault 63 – Ghouls. In this upcoming expansion, players will encounter a new enemy type, a supercharged Ghoul with electrifying weapons and armor and expose their mysterious origins. Through chasing storms in Dangerous Pastimes, a new Public Event, and battling a new Region Boss, the Storm Goliaths, it’s raining new content and stories to play with Fallout 76: Skyline Valley.

    The Elder Scrolls Online
    Zenimax Online Studios didn't really have much new to show off at the show today. They were more like "hey, we're still here" with the new trailer. That's fine though, because they literally just released the Gold Road expansion this past week. Still, The Elder Scrolls Online is celebrating their 10th anniversary with some special freebies for players new and old alike.


    To celebrate the The Elder Scrolls Online’s 10 Year Anniversary, Zenimax Online Studios premiered a new gameplay trailer highlighting the many ways new and old players can enjoy ESO and the incredible community that comes with it. Additionally, the trailer announced that The Elder Scrolls Online’s subscription, ESO Plus, is free for anyone from now through June 19. This trial of ESO Plus includes all past Chapters, aside from Gold Road for all platforms and Necrom on consoles, as well as access to all previous DLC content that has been added to ESO since launch in 2014.
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