During the Bethesda E3 press conference this evening, Bethesda announced Wolfenstein: Youngblood. "Play as one of BJ's twin daughters, Jess and Soph, as you search for your missing father in Nazi-occupied Paris", reads the game's description.
The first person action looked just as solid as you'd expect from an id Software game, with a fun looking sci-fi grenade and a sort of ground pound special ability that you pick up towards the end of the mission.
Wolfenstein's VR mode on the other hand will be available as a standalone release sometime in 2019. The E3 2018 trailer had a voice over from Blazkowicz telling this daughters to carry on the fight against Nazi control that plagues the world of Wolfenstein.
Pete Hines took to the stage to make the announcement and stated that the game will allow you to play as a hacker who can take over Nazi robots and turn their own machines against them.
Prey: Mooncrash's Typhon Hunter minigame will be playable in VR, or without. It's getting VR support, and will also sport a solo experience. Called Typhon Hunter, the new mode will debut Summer 2018.