Here's a quick roundup of everything they came out with during the presentation.
Expect Fallout 76 on 14 November on Windows PC, Xbox One and PS4. Plan is to show more at QuakeCon in August.
Robert Whittaker Wins All-Out Slugfest With Yoel Romero
Battle-tested veteran Andrei Arlovski (27-15) meets up-and-comer Tai Tuivasa (9-0) in an intriguing heavyweight matchup. Given that he was competing for the UFC belt, he had to make "championship weight" of 185lbs or under.
China hosts Pakistan, India for Shanghai Cooperation Organisation summit
Pakistani President Mamnoon Hussain and India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi will also attend the meeting. This is India's first participation in the summit as a full-time member of the organisation.
Justify wins Triple Crown with dominant victory at Belmont
Vino Rosso began making his move around the outside, and Gronkowski was steadily picking off horses along the inside rail. And it he does that, Justify will become horse racing the second Triple Crown victor in four years.
Meanwhile, Typhon Hunter is a 5-on-one game where players can become a mimic against a human character.
RECLAMATION DAY. Are you ready to take back America? Bethesda wanted players to create their own story in the game, and so the Fallout 76 open world comes with very few rules.
There will also be new, "sleeker" card frames, while the new game client packs the game into a smaller file size. You return to find the town destroyed, and you must rebuild it. Rebuilding the town unlocks new NPCs, quests, and decorations, and you can visit friends' towns as well.
The news of a possible Fallout Shelter port leaked earlier this week along with a trophy list for PlayStation 4. Thankfully, Bethesda also revealed another Elder Scrolls game called Blades, which is coming this year to, well, pretty much everything. And boy howdy, when they say it's a "teaser trailer", they ain't kidding.