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Hines: Everyone at Bethesda Is Really Excited for E3, But We Won’t Spoil The Showcase Duration; Expect Multiple Surprises

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Jun 8, 2018
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We’re now about two days away from Bethesda’s E3 2018 Showcase event (live streamed via Twitch, YouTube, and Bethesda’s own social media channel on June 10th, 6:30 PM Pacific time) and Pete Hines, Senior VP of Global Marketing and Communication, talked about it via Twitter.

He had previously said it would be the longest showcase ever done by Bethesda; however, he won’t provide an exact duration in order to avoid spoiling some of the fun of watching the presentation live.

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Hines then proceeded to fuel the hype, noting that while it is an exhausting time for developers everyone at Bethesda is really excited about this year’s E3. He even openly said fans can count on multiple surprises for the Showcase.

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These surprises should, therefore, be in addition to the already announced Rage 2 (a partnership between id Software and Avalanche Studios) and Fallout 76, though of course we still have to get any official details about the next Fallout title.

Possible surprises include a Prey expansion or standalone title (ala Dishonored: Death of the Outsider), a Wolfenstein II expansion or standalone title (ala Wolfenstein: The Old Blood) and maybe even a new DOOM game. Also, some Bethesda Game Studios fans speculate that the highly rumored sci-fi themed new IP Starfield could still be showcased if it turned out that Fallout 76 has been mostly developed by BattleCry Studios (now Bethesda Austin).

We’ll know soon enough now. Stay tuned on Wccftech for all the latest updates from E3 2018!

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