Arkane’s subsequent vampire-ridden title Redfall is getting a 30 minute slot on the upcoming QuakeCon, as confirmed by Bethesda.
QuakeCon, unsurprisingly, is usually all issues Quake, however different Bethesda titles do now make an apperance, and all the things is ready to get began August 18 at 6pm BST, just below two weeks away. And it seems to be like shortly after the welcome phase that kicks issues off, ranging from 6:15pm BST, there can be a 30 minute slot that dives in on the not-so-idyllic Redfall (thanks, Eurogamer).
“The workforce at Arkane Austin takes you inside their upcoming squad-based vampire shooter with new insights, gameplay particulars and extra!” reads the outline of the occasion. Whether or not there can be any precise gameplay proven off or not or if simply new particulars are deliberate to be shared is not clear, however the promise of “new” will possible maintain true in some form or type.
Redfall is not the one recreation set to get a glance in, with discussions about The Elder Scrolls On-line, Fallout 76, Ghostwire: Tokyo, Deathloop, Fallout 4, and clearly Quake set to happen all through the occasion too.
Whereas Redfall was delayed alongside Starfield into 2023, we did get a first have a look at gameplay throughout Xbox and Bethesda’s Not-E3 showcase again in June. Most likely unsurprising to most, there are 4 characters to select from within the recreation, all with distinctive talents and expertise.
The co-op gameplay is clearly one of many main drawing factors of the sport, however Arkane has made it clear that will probably be simply as enjoyable to play by yourself as it’s with mates. Which is reassuring contemplating Arkane’s earlier titles have been predominantly single-player targeted, exterior of 2021’s Deathloop which had a multiplayer ingredient.
Sadly although, it must be famous that solely the host makes story progress whereas taking part in on-line, although to steadiness this out any loot or ranges you acquire are retained in your principal playthrough if you happen to’re not the host.