E3 2017 Bethesda’s Conference: Start Time and What to Expect

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There are a lot of conferences that will happen during this year’s E3, however, one of the most anticipated showings is certainly Bethesda. The minds behind the beloved Fallout and Elder Scrolls series take the stage once more to show off their newest games that fans have been clamoring for. However, if you are looking to watch this stream as soon as it begins you better prepare for a rather long night.

The Bethesda E3 2017 Press Conference will start Sunday, June 11 at 9:00 p.m. PST / 12:00 a.m. EST. One of the most intriguing aspects of this conference is how shrouded in mystery it has been when compared to the others. So far the only two confirmed games we know are Elder Scrolls Legends and Quake Champions, both of which have been previously announced. This leaves the door wide open for what players could expect from this legendary company. However, we do have some kind of idea of what could show up thanks to a piece of artwork that the company released some time back dubbed “BethesdaLand.”

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Looking at this image we can determine that Elder Scrolls Legends, Doom, Quake Champions, Dishonored 2, and Prey will all appear in some capacity. However, two areas are currently under construction which could mean that Bethesda is either working on new IPs or releasing follow-ups to other titles. The most obvious sequel is Wolfenstein II, which was reportedly leaked on an Amazon store page. This should come as no surprise to those following this title’s development, as Bethesda teased a game titled “The New Colossus” back at the start of E3 2016.

The other possibility is that we will finally get a look at Elder Scrolls VI, which has been rumored for a long time by fans. Given Bethesda likes to keep big reveals a secret, seeing another chapter in this RPG title would be exciting to see. With Bethesda’s conference almost upon us, it will be certainly interesting to see what Bethesda has up their sleeve.

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