Bethesda “Very Happy” With Their Upcoming Showing At E3 2018


Pete Hines was recently seen in an interview revealing that there would be a “healthy number” of projects both new and old that would be shown at this year’s E3. With many game announcements that Bethesda fans are hoping for, including rumors of Starfield, it’s no surprise that so many are eager to know what’s coming. While Hines hasn’t mentioned any particular details, he has expressed that this year’s, E3 will be a treat for all.

When asked on Twitter about what he is most excited for at this year’s event, Hines was more than willing to give an answer, albeit a vague and indirect one. While he didn’t explain what his favorite part will be explicitly, he did explain that the company is “very happy with how it’s coming together,”

Of course some fans weren’t totally happy with the response and pushed further for just a small taste of that sweet, sweet E3 info. Sadly, Hines was very clear he wasn’t going to cave in to giving out any juicy details. He did however indicate later that this year’s event could be even better than last year depending on whether fans are looking for just games or new details about specific franchises.

The Electronic Entertainment Expo 2018 will be held from June 12th to June 14th this year in Los Angeles, California. What would you like to see at this year’s E3 event? Could we finally be seeing the long awaited Elder Scrolls 6 or another DOOM title? Let us know your thoughts on Pete Hines, the upcoming Bethesda E3 presentation, and more in the comments section below. As always, don’t forget to follow Don’t Feed the Gamers on Twitter for 24/7 coverage of all things gaming and entertainment.

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