Bethesda Has Already Announced Its E3 Press Conference, and It Has Big Plans For Doom

Written by Robert Workman

Last year, Bethesda took the Electronic Entertainment Expo by storm with a number of big announcements, including forthcoming games like Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI, among other fun reveals. And this year, it looks to repeat the feat, as it’s already announced its big plans for 2019’s event.

When E3 2019 takes place, Bethesda will be there with BE3, its press conference. It’s set to begin on Sunday, June 9 at 5:30 PM PDT, and will be broadcast live for those that aren’t able to attend in person. You can see the announcement on the company’s web page here.

The company’s theme for the show is “Be Together,” in which it’ll celebrate all of its fans across the board with a number of announcements. Among them will be a reveal for Doom Eternal, the forthcoming sequel that it confirmed last year at QuakeCon with some stellar gameplay. More than likely, we’ll know just when we’ll be able to get our hands on the first-person shooter.

On top of that, we’ll likely get details on what’s next for the Wolfenstein franchise, and perhaps a closer look at what’s planned for the online-service shooter Fallout 76. And who knows, we may see even more of Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield, if we’re lucky. There could be other announcements as well.

Want to tune in? You can over on TwitchYouTubeand Twitter, as well as Mixerand Facebook Liveat those links. You’ve got time to prepare, but we’re calling dibs on the return of the Wet franchise. (What?! We can dream!)

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