Bethesda first hosted its E3 Showcase back in 2015, which rocked the gaming world via highlighting its games in development. 2015 showcased Fallout 4 for the first time, where the title became one of the biggest and best-selling games of the year. Previously, the studio said that it is a one-time event, however, they hosted another one last year. Currently, it appears that gamers would receive several big announcements from Bethesda with its E3 Showcase this year.
According to Attack of the Fanboy, Bethesda has officially announced the upcoming event recently along with its final date and time. For long-time participants of the event, they would have to tune in late Sunday once again, a few days before E3's official launch. On June 11, the doors will be open at 6:30 PM and most probably, the show will officially start at 7 PM Pacific Time.
Bethesda tends to open its doors to the public for a while, along with limited ticket options, commonly through random drawings. Although no details regarding that are available as of now, the developer did promise for these soon.
Apparently, the announcement caused tons of question regarding what Bethesda has in store for this year's event. The Elder Scrolls VI will most likely to be introduced, with the game arriving at some point soon. On the other hand, Bethesda notes that the game is still ways off and will announce the game when it is close to the scheduled date.
Fallout 4 was announced last June and was given a November release. That said, The Elder Scrolls VI might perhaps arrive next year, although a video teaser will be gladly welcomed. Lastly, the pre-E3 press conferences have been changing a lot recently. The studio is now sharing Sunday with Microsoft. Meanwhile, the Xbox Press Briefing, usually on Monday prior to E3's door opening, will now be on Tuesday. The PlayStation press conference will also hold on Monday.