It’s the shortest press conference I’ve ever been to—but at least it ended well. Bethesda held its third annual press conference late Sunday night, this time gearing it even more towards fan attendees than actual announcements. Taking over a studio lot in Los Angeles and dubbing it “Bethesdaland,” Bethesda created a Disney-like amusement park themed around its games, with sections devoted to Prey, Doom, Elder Scrolls, Fallout, and more.
For those at home though the press conference was the main attraction, and there Bethesda fell...well, maybe not short. After all, a new Wolfenstein was announced, and I’ll take one of those any day. But it certainly wasn’t the same sort of spectacle Bethesda’s brought the last two years, and wrapped up in a brisk 35 minutes, with only two or three major announcements of note: Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Wolfenstein II, and The Evil Within 2.