QuakeCon 2018: Watch Bethesda's Keynote and Doom: Eternal Gameplay Here

QuakeCon 2018: Watch Bethesda's Keynote and Doom: Eternal Gameplay Here

Who knows what to expect.

LizardRock by LizardRock on Aug 10, 2018 @ 08:00 AM (Staff Bios)
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QuakeCon 2018 is live and in full force! While full of LAN parties and Prey-related pizzas, it will also be the host of Bethesda and id Software's Keynote address. This includes a first-time gameplay reveal of Doom: Eternal. You can watch it all live, right here!

The presentation begins today (Friday, August 10) at 11 a.m. CT (9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET). It will take place at QuakeCon 2018 in Gaylord Texas. It will also be livestreamed on the official Bethesda Twitch Channel, embedded below.

Watch live video from Bethesda on www.twitch.tv

id Software's Marty Stratton and Hugo Martin will appear on stage to introduce the upcoming sequel to 2016's Doom, Doom: Eternal. We also expect to hear more about Fallout 76, Rage 2, Quake Champions and The Elder Scrolls Online. Games like Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot VR and The Elder Scrolls Blades will be on hand at the event for attendees to try out themselves.

We don't know exactly what to expect from the keynote, but we're sure to see some surprises.

QuakeCon began Thursday and continues until Sunday, August 12.

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