By DERRIK J. LANG, AP Entertainment Writer
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Bethesda burst started a Electronic Entertainment Expo by display off a latest installments of “Doom” and “Fallout.”
The video diversion publisher launched this year’s annual video diversion spectacular Sunday night with a first-ever E3 press discussion during a Dolby Theatre.
The developer showcased scenes from a new book of a horrible first-person shooter “Doom” and a post-apocalyptic role-playing tale “Fallout 4.”
“Fallout 4″ executive Todd Howard says a diversion will be expelled Nov. 10. “Doom” is set for open 2016.
Bethesda also denounced a plan label diversion “The Elder Scrolls: Legends,” a follow-up to a cat-like pretension “Dishonored,” as good as new calm for a multiplayer conflict diversion “Battlecry” and a online role-playing diversion “The Elder Scrolls Online.”
E3 runs by Thursday during a Los Angeles Convention Center.
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