Every Trailer Revealed at E3 2017 - Bethesda and the PC Gaming Show

By Julian Benson on at

E3 has barely begun and we’ve already had six conferences and a Nintendo Direct, all of them full of game reveals and updates on games we first heard about at conferences past. While we wait for the dust to settle, Matt and I have collected together all the trailers released so far so if you’ve missed the shows you can get a look at everything that was shown off.

If you’re looking for a rundown of the shows then you can read through our Everything That Happened At... series:

If you read them in order, you can track the progressive damage of sleep deprivation.

The first time we published this feature there were so many trailers that it crashed the site, we've now split it up by conferences. You can find links to the other parts at the bottom of this post.

Bethesda revealed that Doom is coming to VR headsets:

As is Fallout 4:

And Skyrim:

Bethesda also announced a new run at paid mods, with the Creation Club for Fallout 4 and Skyrim:

There was a new trailer for the Elder Scrolls Online, which was recently updated with the Morrowind expansion:

Bethesda also announted The Elder Scrolls: Legends - Heroes of Skyrim:

Nintendo fans will be happy, Bethesda showed off a new trailer for Skyrim on Switch:

There’s a new Dishonored off-shoot that has you hunting down The Outsider:

Bethesda’s moba infused shooter, Quake Champions, made another appearance:

Evil Within 2 is a thing and it looks straight up weird http://www.kotaku.co.uk/2017/06/12/the-evil-within-2-comes-out-in-october:

The sequel to Wolfenstein: The New Order looks great:

Firaxis has been toiling away on an expansion to XCOM 2, War of the Chosen adds new enemy and ally factions for you to battle against and alongside:

We got another look at Double Fine’s adorable looking spin on Viva Pinata: Ooblets:

Mount and Blade 2: Bannerlord continues to look excellent:

Creative Assembly still isn’t talking about Total War: Warhammer 2’s fourth faction but it did show a bunch of elves being stomped by Lizardmen:

Harebrained Schemes showed off more of their turn-based tactical game based on the BattleTech board game. There was a video focusing on customisation:

And the game’s combat:

A cutesie adventure game where you play a fighting fox warmed our hearts:

Tripwire Interactive showed off its gruesome summer event for Killing Floor 2:

Bohemia doesn’t just make ARMA and DayZ, it also has this strange sandbox gamemaking toolkit called Ylands:

The trailer is only short, by Klei revealed its sci-fi RPG GriftLands:

Cliff Bleszinksi’s return to Unreal Tournament-like arena shooters got a trailer with the game’s release date:

I saw the game back in May last year and had a great time with it.

Microsoft is aware many people want a new Age of Empires but it has decided to remaster the original game instead:

Chucklefish, makers of Starbound, showed off their Advance Wars-like strategy game: Wargroove:

Card game Shadowverse is getting an expansion:

Middle-Earth: Shadow of War got two trailers. One in-depth look at the game showed off the orc fighting pits:

While another revealed the game’s first major story DLC: Blade of Galadriel:

There were a few games that got E3 trailers just ahead of the show, like Fortnite:

And Project CARS 2:

There were so many trailers posted this year that we've had to split them up into multiple posts because they kept crashing the website. For the rest you'll want to follow these links: