5 Things You Need to Know From Bethesda's E3 Show
This Nazi loves milkshake. Bethesda

If there's some kind of award for keeping your E3 showcase shorter than an episode of Big Little Lies then someone needs to hand the trophy over to Bethesda immediately. After building an actual theme park with working rides and Prey inspired cocktails, it kept its show to under 40 minutes with minimal chat, maximum Nazis. 

We heard more about the games coming to virtual reality, Doom VFR and Fallout VR, saw some Quake Champions, some Elder Scrolls Online and Elder Scrolls Legends, but what was really important were the new announcements, the big change to modding, a Zelda and Skyrim mashup no one expected and a notable absence. Here are the highlights from the shortest show at E3.