Bethesda Will Reveal Two New IPs At E3 2019 – Rumour

Additionally, DOOM Eternal's multiplayer will allegedly let you play as demons.

Posted By | On 09th, Jun. 2019

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From FromSoftware and George R.R. Martin’s collaboration Elden Ringto the sci-fi co-op Rainbow Six Quarantineto Watch Dogs Legion, to Tales of Ariseand so, so much more, this E3 (like many others of late) has been plagued by premature leaks. And we might possibly have a few more of those here.

Bethesda’s E3 presser is merely hours away now, but details have started leaking out regardless. This leak comes from insider @New_WabiSabi over on Twitter, who claims that Bethesda will have two new IPs to show off during their press conference- one will be called Deathloop, and the other Ghostwire Tokyo.

Interestingly enough, the Deathloop trademark was also registered a while back by ZeniMax (who’re Bethesda’s parent company), which seems to lend some credence to this leak (via ResetEra). Tango Gameworks chief Shinji Mikmi also mentioned recently that he’d be attending E3- and while I had personally hoped for an announcement of The Evil Within 3, it seems like it’ll be a new IP instead. Arkane might be in charge of the other new IP- though that’s just speculation on my part.

Meanwhile, the same leaker also confirms in a different tweet that DOOM Eternal’s multiplayer will give players the choice to either play as the Doom Slayer, or as demons from hell, which certainly sounds like an interesting concept.

We’ll find out how much truth there is to all this in just a few hours now, so stay tuned to GamingBolt.


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