E3 is always the most exciting time of the year for gamers, and 2017 was no exception. E3 is one of the biggest events in the gaming calendar, and is where developers and hardware manufacturers present everything they’re working on at the moment, from new AAA games to VR titles and even new consoles.

Amongst those who showcased their wares is Bethesda – who brought news about titles ranging from Wolfenstein II through to Doom VR. Here's how to re-watch the presentation, or just find out the biggest news right here.

Interested in other E3 news? Here’s our latest E3 2017 news.

How to rewatch the Bethesda E3 live stream

As is the case with many of the press conferences hosted at E3, Bethesda hosted a live stream of its event, and you can re-watch it in its entirety in the embedded player above. Just skip ahead to about the 3 hour mark for when the actual event kicked off.

What did Bethesda announce?

Bethesda is much more secretive than other game developers, and this extends to the conferences it hosts. There was little concrete news on what to expect from the Bethesda announcement, which meant there were plenty of welcome surprises. Here were the best.

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

Wolfenstein: The New Order surprised us all by actually being really good, so we're hoping that newly announced sequel The New Colossus can repeat the trick. Bethesda revealed the game in one of E3's longest trailers, but it's a showcase for how smart and inventive the game's writing hopes to be.

The Evil Within 2

That's not the only new sequel Bethesda had lined up though - there was also The Evil Within 2, a follow-up to the publisher's hit horror game. Expect gore, insanity, and some really weird stuff.

Fallout 4 VR

Good news for everyone who's ever wanted to live in a post-apocalyptic wasteland: come October 2017, you'll be able to thanks to Fallout 4 VR. We already knew this was on the way, but E3 brought our best look at it yet, and that tantalisingly close release date.

Doom VFR

Desolate wastelands not your thing? How about rampaging hell beasts getting right in your face in virtual reality? Doom VFR may be for you (we'll give you one guess what the 'F' stands for). This is a brand new Doom game built in VR for PSVR and HTC Vive, and we can't wait.

Skyrim for Switch

Finally, Switch owners got a welcome update on the upcoming port of Skyrim for the console, including a look at the motion controls in action, and a sneak peek of some exclusive Zelda-themed content - with the promise of more to come, unlocked by Amiibo.