Bethesda’s Pete Hines Says E3 2018 Showcase May Be Company’s Longest Ever

Pete Hines shared that Bethesda Softworks will have a lot to share on the E3 stage this year, and mentioned that the E3 2018 Showcase will be "packed."

on May 10, 2018 3:36 PM

Bethesda Softworks has presented some big titles and plenty of surprises for the past several years with its E3 Showcases, and with the company’s next presentation on the horizon, Bethesda’s Pete Hines is certainly setting up the expectation that there is a lot to look forward to from the studio this year.

Bethesda Softwork’s SVP of Global Marketing & Communications Pete Hines shared on Twitter today a few bits of information leading up to the company’s E3 Showcase, which is officially one month away as of today.

Specifically, Hines stated that “we have a lot to show you this year,” and also mentioned that Bethesda’s E3 presentation “might be our longest E3 Showcase ever,” which is certainly an enticing bit of info for the studio’s fourth annual E3 showcase.

As of now, there’s still plenty of speculation as to what Bethesda Softworks will be presenting to viewers next month, though recent circumstances have revealed that Rage 2 may be among the games the studio is revealing within the very near future.

Given that the studio has released recent entries in most of its major franchises like FalloutDishonoredWolfenstein, and The Evil Within, hopefully this year we’ll get to see some unexpected surprises from the studio, and I’m sure many fans are hoping out there that we get our first look at the next Elder Scrolls title coming from the studio. Or at least the logo. Whatever works.

E3 2018 will be taking place in Los Angeles, CA from June 12th-14th, 2018, and Bethesda’s fourth E3 Showcase will be happening on June 10th, 2018. For some more hints of what to expect from Bethesda at E3 next month, you can read our recent interview with Pete Hines from PAX East 2018.

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