Bethesda’s line-up for upcoming titles both this year and following years sounds breath-taking and epic. Launch of Rage 2 next week is just a beginning for the publisher, as Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Doom Eternal, Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI are on the way to hit targeted platforms one after another. Aside from Bethesda’s surprises for its E3 2019 conference, the company has announced that during its Quakecon Europe 2019 event at London, Doom Eternal and some of other upcoming games or recently released titles will be publicly playable.
Almost one month and a half after E3 2019, Bethesda holds Quakecon Europe 2019 on July 26 and 27 to showcase its under development projects, especially Doom Eternal, with granting fans the access to play them for the first time in Europe. If you are not convinced to visit Printworks in London yet, you better know that id Software’s Doom Eternal isn’t the only game for you to get your hands on. Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Rage 2, last year’s Fallout 76 and The Elder Scrolls Online are other titles that all will be playable at the event.
Aside from gathering avid gamers to play their anticipated games, Quakecon Europe will also provide the opportunity for fans to meet developers and spend time with them in professional game developing panels, along with an art gallery to take a look at, after killing poor devils in Doom Eternal. Last but not least, the event features a retro showcase section in which, you will learn everything about Doom series and its long history in the past years.
If I were in London, I definitely wouldn’t miss the chance to play Doom Eternal and meet some cool guys there to have a chat and talk about future projects. However, if you can’t be there like me, follow Gaming Instincts on Twitter to get latest news on the events as soon as possible.