Bethesda's E3 Event Open to the Public, Includes Playable Demos

You can get a chance to attend the event by registering before May 1.

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Bethesda will host another event before E3 this year, and just like last year's showing, fans are welcome to attend. All you have to do is register for a chance to watch the showcase live, play game demos, and listen to a "top-secret band."

Bethesda detailed its event in a press release. It takes place on June 12, the Sunday before E3, and will feature a showcase of its upcoming games. This year, it's joined by an after-party of sorts called BE3 Plus that will include game demos, hosted interviews, and food.

Fans will be able to attend and can register for a chance to right here. You'll have to either live in Los Angeles or find your way there on your own dime.

The entire event will be streamed online. The pre-show starts at 6:15 PM PDT with the Showcase kicking off at 7 PM and lasting until 8 PM. That's when BE3 Plus starts, while the band will perform at 9 PM.

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At last year's show, Bethesda revealed games like Fallout 4, Dishonored 2, and Doom. It's not confirmed which games will make an appearance at the show, but it's likely we'll see more of Dishonored 2 as it's currently slated for release this year.

Bethesda director Todd Howard said that Bethesda is working on "three big and crazy projects." He later clarified those comments, saying "they're a long way off."

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