Running across October 7 and 8, alongside Melbourne International Games Week (MIGW), Worlds of Bethesda
is described as an interactive experience that will transport players to the worlds of Starfield, Redfall, The Elder Scrolls, and Fallout. Called Worlds of Bethesda
it sounds very cool, and daytime sessions are free.
With bookings open now via Eventbrite
- with sessions lasting an hour. Nighttime sessions will transform the venue to an 18+ community event, with tickets for that sold out already.
In terms of what to expect, Bethesda is promising a total transformation of the Melbourne venue The Dove Club. Expect "a Tamrielic tavern inspired by The Elder Scrolls Online", "a Reclamation Day dining area inspired by Fallout", "a planetary exploration and anti-gravity space room inspired by Starfield", and "the survivor HQ in the town of Redfall, Massachusetts". For Bethesda fans, it sounds like a dream come true, and it's very cool to see the inclusion of the highly anticipated 2023 releases Redfall and Starfield.
“At Bethesda we have an incredibly passionate fanbase, grown from a love of the timeless worlds explored through our gaming history,” said Simon Alty, VP & Managing Director, Bethesda APAC. “Whether you’ve been with us since The Elder Scrolls Arena or became a fan through Fallout, DOOM or even upcoming releases like Redfall and Starfield, we can’t wait to welcome you into 'Worlds of Bethesda' and celebrate with you during MIGW.”
Fans and attendees will get a limited edition collectible passport and a goodie bag to commemorate their trip. Custom controller experts WeAreRobots will be on hand too, to customise Xbox controllers for those that want to bring one in. Plus the chance to win several prizes - from a custom Redfall & Starfield PC built by AfterShockPC, an ESO Breton Chilly Chest and Starfield merch aplenty.