Within a month of E3 2021, Microsoft has already confirmed that some of it will replace the regular Bethesda Land event with a joint showcase of Xbox and Bethesda. With so many rumors surrounding Starfield, fans want to know more about what the two companies have after the officially announced acquisition of ZeniMax earlier this year.
The Xbox-Bethesda E3 2021 Showcase is officially set for a special live stream event on Sunday, June 13th at 10 AM Pacific Standard Time. Aaron Greenberg, General Marketing Manager for Xbox Games, gives some details about the event. Xbox wire Blogs, provide small bullies about what gamers can expect.
On the latest blog Position, Greenberg confirmed that the show will focus on Xbox Game Studios, some neat projects Bethesda is working on, and a showcase of talent from game creators who share their passion around the world. The show is estimated to last about 90 minutes and is clearly packed with strong partnership details, a holiday release schedule, and some surprises.
We already know that we’ll see a new look at Halo Infinite gameplay, which was confirmed earlier this year. Rumor has it that Starfield will also be available, but that doesn’t necessarily mean it will be available this year. Fallout 76 can have a small look, but maybe-probably-may we be learning something new from Wasteland?
At this point, it’s just pure speculation other than what has been confirmed. Fan theory, however, makes the upcoming event much more exciting.
If you are interested in watching the showcase, you can watch it at the following locations.
Microsoft has also confirmed that the Xbox Fan Fest will be digitized again this year and registrations will take place live. This link..
Everything ends on June 13th. Are you excited?
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