All Of The Bethesda Games Confirmed To Be At E3 2019 So Far
What does Bethesda have up its sleeve this year?
E3 2019 is so close. The yearly gaming showcase returns for another year next week, on June 11, and in the days leading up to it, a few of the industry's biggest developers and publishers will hold big presentations showing off some of the new things they have coming. That includes Bethesda, which is once again hosting its own E3 press conference just a couple of days ahead of the expo.
This year, Bethesda's press conference takes place on Sunday, June 9, a few hours after Microsoft's E3 Xbox One briefing. The presentation is set to kick off at 5:30 PM PT / 8:30 PM ET (1:30 AM BST on June 10) and will be broadcast online for viewers at home via Bethesda's Twitch channel and other places.
As for what we can expect from the conference, Bethesda has been very tight-lipped. During last year's briefing, the publisher unveiled a number of huge titles, including Rage 2, Doom Eternal, The Elder Scrolls VI, and a brand-new property, Starfield. So far the publisher has only confirmed that Doom Eternal and Wolfenstein: Youngblood will have a presence at this year's conference, but those certainly won't be the only games the company shows off. We know DLC for Rage 2 is on the way, so we may get our first glimpse at that during this year's briefing.
However, two titles we can safely rule out are Starfield and Elder Scrolls VI. Last month, Bethesda's Todd Howard confirmed that neither title will be at this year's show. According to the company, last year's reveals were just a "sneak peak" at the technology it's been working on, and that both Starfield and ES6 are still a ways off, so we'll likely need to wait a little longer to get more details about those games.
Be sure to check out GameSpot's full coverage of E3 2019 for the latest breaking news. You can also see what all the other publishers have lined up for this year's show in the full E3 conference schedule.
All The Bethesda Games Confirmed For E3 2019
- Doom Eternal
- Wolfenstein: Youngblood
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