After the successful unveiling of Fallout 4 and Doom last year at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) 2015, Bethesda Softworks is coming back to Los Angeles again this year to participate in the event to make it an annual thing for the company.
Bethesda is scheduled to have their press conference on Monday, June 13, at 3 a.m. UK time or on June 12 at 10 p.m. Eastern Time. Followers of the company from across the globe could stream it online on the company?s Twitch Channel and YouTube Channel.
Here are the things to expect from the gaming company as well as its schedule and where to watch it live.
Speaking of Fallout 4 and Doom, which both had a successful year, the company is expected to talk about these two games in the upcoming press conference especially Doom, which will have its first of three add-ons this summer. Also, Bethesda could possibly talk about the future of Fallout 4 like the expansions they are working on.
To be more specific, developer of Doom, id Software, is currently working on multiplayer downloadable content. However, although free updates are going to be free to SnapMap, players will have to pay for the in-game suite of creation tools, as well as new weapons and characters. The three DLC packs will cost at a price of $14.99 each.
On the other hand, it can be recalled that Fallout 4 recently had its first major expansion, ?Far Harbor,? and according to Bethesda, there are still a lot in store for the game as they plan to release more add-ons later this year. According to Polygon, the expanded DLC plan warranted an increase in the price of the game?s season pass to $49.99 from $29.99 and a glimpse of it could be expected at E3.
Aside from the two aforementioned games, Bethesda also gave a glimpse of their upcoming Dishonored 2 through a CG Trailer during the E3 2015. This year, the company announced that they will feature the debut of the game?s gameplay footage, added the outlet. Dishonored 2 is set to be released on November 11 so fans could expect a lot of information about it in the press conference.
Lastly, details about the first digital card game of Bethesda, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, can be expected. It was at E3 2015 when the company announced about the game and was initially scheduled for a 2015 release. However, it was later then pushed back to a 2016 launch, which happened in a closed beta last month. In the upcoming press conference, details about its single-player campaign could be spilled.
?We actually have three longer-term projects that are all – we?ll talk about them at a much future date – they?re different from anything we?ve done before while also being a Bethesda-style game: big and crazy,? Bethesda Game Studios director Todd Howard said in February. Most probably, the ?much future date? he was talking about was the E3 2016, so let us just wait to the expo to take place.