QuakeCon 2018 has been a highly anticipated event for all Bethesda fans. Unfortunately, The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield have been overlooked, escaping with only brief comments, spending most of their time on games coming out in the coming years. In this article, we will briefly analyze all the interesting things that we showed at QuakeCon 2018.
The title of the main game of the exhibition is taken by DOOM Eternal, which received the first gameplay trailer. Fans of the 2016 game are unlikely to be disappointed. This is the same Doom, only now it is even more beautiful, even faster and bloodier. We should also mention the new function of integrating players into the company of other users, which was copied from the Souls series. They can both annoy gamers and help in killing demons. The only upset is the silence on the Doom Eternal release date.
Slightly less attention has been paid to Rage 2, the new shooter from Id Software and Avalanche Studious. The new Rage 2 trailer showcases everything that players loved the first part: furious and brutal battles, a functional wing-stick, off-road driving in the style of the "Mad Max" films, all in the frame of a huge and full of freaks of all stripes of an open world. p>
So what is QuakeCon without more news about Quake Champions? In addition to the presented new character Death Knight, the developers reported another important news: the game is finally moving to free-2-play and the model can be downloaded from today Quake Champions completely free of charge.
For players in The Elder Scrolls Online, there is also one positive news: the Wolfheart expansion is coming out on August 13, which will offer players to fight against werewolves.
The conference ended with the announcement of a large-scale update for The Elder Scrolls Legends - a card game based on The Elder Scrolls. The update is scheduled for release this fall.
The Topic of Article: Highlights of QuakeCon 2018: Doom Eternal, Rage 2 and F2P Quake Champions Gameplay.