Welcome to E3, except not
Are you ready for E3? No? Who says? The ESA? Well, publishers are still doing streams and presentations the week of June 12th, so there! The Microsoft and Bethesda Showcase is one such event. fully confirmed for June 12 at 10am PT.
As usual, Microsoft is hosting an event for the week of E3, as usual, but with no direct involvement from ESA. This is all the information we need right now directly from Microsoft:
“This show will feature amazing titles from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda and our partners around the world. The Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase includes everything you need to know about the diverse range of games coming soon to the Xbox ecosystem, including upcoming Xbox and PC Game Pass releases.”
Of course, we can expect announcements for Game Pass, as well as cross-gen Xbox One/Series X games and PC releases. In this tech lull, we likely won’t see anything new in terms of hardware or major advances. We might even see some big game reveals, as well as potential footage for some of the big projects Bethesda is working on.
Where to watch E3 2022 but not Microsoft and Bethesda’s E3:
Don’t worry! We’ll have fully committed/transparent streaming schedules for you closer to mid-June, so you don’t have to track down all of those streams yourself. It’s going to be chaotic, with many publishers competing for many eyeballs. However, the Microsoft and Bethesda showcase will remain one of the bigger fish to fry.