If you’ve checked out the news or watched any Internet videos recently, you know that E3 — the Electronic Entertainment Expo — is just a few weeks away. It’s called the E3 season. Two “summits,” a couple of one-offs, and, oh yes, E3 itself—the annual spectacle of people in shorts talking about games. AMD announced last month that it will also be making a formal return to Gamescom. The company will hold a press conference at the event, as well as hosting its own booth where it will showcase some of its upcoming hardware.
The week before E3 starts is almost always packed with announcements of annual games, and Microsoft wants to be part of the melee. We’re at the beginning of something great, and we can’t wait for you to join us as Xbox enters its next generation. The Bethesda E3 showcase was a tonne of fun, and it’s exciting to think about how they’re going to get on with the powerful platform holder behind them. If there’s anything that we know to be true about Bethesda releases, it’s that the publisher spends a lot of time and money developing games.
Today is a special day… We are THRILLED to welcome the talented teams and beloved game franchises of @Bethesda to Team Xbox!
— Xbox (@Xbox) September 21, 2020
“Microsoft has bought out a huge chunk of the world’s most popular games publishers and now owns them. They will produce more exclusive content for the Xbox, which is to say that not everyone will be able to play these big-name titles when they come out.” Said the officials in a press. Keeping the event limited to a smaller audience creates a relationship with gamers and fans, but can also restrict the message.
The future of gaming will be on full display with a showcase of what to expect in the future. The release schedule is set to include stunning titles that will blow away the competition. This year’s E3 is a massive opportunity for Xbox, so getting the press conference right is important.
Starfield is the new game from Bethesda, their first original RPG for 25 years. Rumor has it that it’s coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC but nothing official yet. Our source says there will be no plans for a Starfield release in 2021, either. If this falls through, it’s likely the game will slip into 2022. Set in space, Starfield will be an open-world RPG that will explore new formats. Bethesda is also experimenting with Apple’s ARKit.
Many magazines have published their annual look at E3, including confirmed details on the Bethesda-Microsoft conference and a wish list for the show. Microsoft now owns Bethesda, and although the developer has maintained its own identity so far, it’s still a very big deal for Xbox. The Xbox would not have existed but for Rare, and that voice is a significant part of the corporate’s DNA now. This isn’t hopeful imaginative and prescient about how it may be. It is reality.
This can imply an awful remaining part for Bethesda’s plans to release a Fallout 4 on PC – but only in theory. It nonetheless might without difficulty be finished, and the sport was in truth introduced for Pc by Obsidian. Now let’s see how both the companies hold up in the future.