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Bethesda E3 2016 press conference confirmed

Bethesda has confirmed it will hold an E3 2016 press conference on June 12.

It’s time to get excited once again for E3, as Bethesda Softworks has confirmed that it is returning to Los Angeles to host its second-ever E3 press conference.

The publisher announced its appearance at the annual trade show via Twitter.

Bethesda’s E3 2016 press conference will start on June 12 at 7pm Los Angeles time. That’s around 4am UK time for those wanting to jump in via live stream – which we assume Bethesda will sign up for.

https://twitter.com/statuses/694177212115894272


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Last year Bethesda held its first ever E3 press conference, also on the Sunday before the show.

During the conference, the publisher finally announced the long-awaited Fallout 4, offering successful mobile game Fallout Shelter as an appeasement until the November release date.

Bethesda also announced Dishonored 2 and gave a full spotlight segment to the Doom reboot.

We’re expecting that Bethesda’s 2016 showcase will focused on Dishonored 2 and Doom, seeing as neither game has a concrete release date beyond a vague 2016 window.

You should also probably expect news on the first DLC content for Fallout 4, which has been confirmed but not detailed as yet.

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