There were also new trailers for shooters Doom Eternal (out on 22 November) and Wolfenstein Youngblood, both of which look to be carrying on the explosively gory and adrenaline-fuelled legacies of their forebears. For the first time, we got a peek at what id Software has been cooking up for the game's competitive experience, and it's not quite what you'd expect. Yes, you can totally call it Switchblades, because the developers on stage at the Bethesda E3 2019 presentation already did it themselves.
Though we're likely years away from seeing Elder Scrolls VI, the series is still very active thanks to games like The Elder Scrolls Online, Legends, and Blades.
If you're a huge The Elder Scrolls: Blades fan and you've wanted it on more consoles then get excited.
There was a lot of excitement for The Elder Scrolls: Blades leading up to its initial mobile launch, but the game suffered from some stingy free-to-play mechanics. Sunday sees the release of the game's biggest update so far which includes solo arena battles, a new custom jewelry system, and a new dragon questline to dive into.
Watch a new set of trailers below. On the other hand, the two heavily armoured and menacing demons will also come packed with weapons and abilities.