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Bethesda Returns To E3 This Year With The 5th Annual Bethesda Showcase

Posted on March 20, 2019 by Nick Moreno

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As Spring for 2019 is just around the corner, publishers are beginning to unravel news around the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo and their involvement for the event in Los Angeles. Recently, Bethesda revealed that the company will be hosting their 5th consecutive Bethesda Showcase prior to the three-day event.

Picking at the fun surrounding the last-minute leak from Wal-Mart Canada last May, Bethesda revealed that their show will be airing on June 9, 2019 at 5:30 PM PST. Looking from the image paired with the announcement, the presentation might be outdoors once again similar to their previous Bethesda Showcase in 2017.

For what title fans could expect to see at the upcoming show all falls on speculation surrounding Bethesda from last year’s presentation on top of other reveals. The most ambitious appearances and potentially don’t have the chance to make it on the stage is both The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield. As both are said to be next-generation titles, we might not see more of the games as the new wave of hardware is not expected to drop until the end of 2020.

But with rumors floating around about Microsoft prepping to reveal their two new platforms this coming E3 is true, then we might get more of an idea of what the two games has to offer, Since Bethesda has a strong partnership with Microsoft to market their titles, that further supports the likeliness of it happening. Plus our source back in April shared with us that the next Elder Scrolls title will be marketed through Xbox, and as of yet all titles mentioned in our exclusive report have been true up to this point.

For other titles that could be featured at the forthcoming show leans towards Doom Eternal. As the game was revealed at last year’s show, a new demo along with a potential timeframe for the game’s release is expected be present at the show. And for the fun of it, my own personal prediction I see a sequel to the publisher’s lesser known title, Brink. As many forgot about Rage until the announcement of the game’s sequel, I’m confident a possible sequel could currently be in development.

Source: Bethesda

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