Bethesda also noted that its teams are working hard on ensuring that both games will support backwards compatibility when the new consoles are released, possibly hinting the upgrades won’t be quite ready by both console’s Holiday 2020 launch window.These were the only two games confirmed to be getting these free upgrades and enhancements for PS5 and Xbox Series X, but Bethesda promises that it is “committed to offer free upgrades for current generation console owners of existing Bethesda titles we bring forward into the next generation of consoles.”
That was all the info given for this announcement, but Bethesda did reiterate that QuakeCon At Home will be taking place from August 7-9, and that fans should tune in for “information about all the latest Bethesda titles.”
In our review of Greymoor, the latest The Elder Scrolls Online expansion, we said “If you love gorgeous, nostalgic landscapes above all else, The Elder Scrolls Online’s new Greymoor expansion offers a strongly nostalgic return to the northwestern corner of Skyrim. The formulaic story isn’t as compelling, but it’s at least buoyed by a couple of standout characters.”
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In our review of Doom Eternal, we said “Overall, it’s not surprising that Doom Eternal is excellent in following up Doom (2016), but after playing its 15-or-so-hour campaign it’s delightful to see just how much better Doom has gotten just four years later.”
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