E3 2021 Xbox and Bethesda Showcase: How and Where to Watch, Start Times, Key Announcements, and More

Published 06/13/2021, 9:58 AM EDT


Day 2 of E3 2021 has finally arrived, and within the next few hours, fans should expect to see more announcements from the biggest gaming developers and manufacturers. Day 1 of the event was a resounding success with companies like Ubisoft and Gearbox revealing a lot of their future projects. But, it seems like fans will hear bigger news today in the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase.

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This will be Bethesda’s first E3 following its $7.5 billion acquisition by Microsoft. Today, fans will know a lot more about the company’s major decisions regarding Xbox exclusive titles. Here are all the details about the press conference and the announcements that might come out of it.

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When and Where to watch Xbox & Bethesda Showcase at E3 2021?

The all-important Xbox & Bethesda Showcase will start at 10 AM PM or 1 PM ET on Sunday, June 13. The press conference will be 90 minutes long, and it will include a lot of announcements and updates to the company’s various IPs. The major focus of the event will be on titles from developers like Bethesda, Xbox Game Studios, and various other partners.

Where to watch the E3 2021 Xbox & Bethesda Showcase?

Fans can watch this E3 2021 event live on various platforms. It will be streamed on the official Xbox channel on YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Twitch. Fans can watch the event in crisp 1080p resolution and 60 FPS. But, the Xbox YouTube channel will also have a 4K/60 FPS rebroadcast of the event following its conclusion.

Fans can also join in early with the Fanfest Watch Party which starts at 9 AM PT or 12 PM ET. They can sign up for it by becoming a Fanfest fan on the official website. The Watch Party will involve a lot of exclusive Q&A sessions with guests from both Bethesda and Xbox.

What to expect from this event?

Fans can expect to see a lot of jaw-dropping announcements and surprises from Xbox and Bethesda regarding their future titles. On the Xbox side, players might expect to hear a lot more about the titles that have already been announced. This includes Forza games like Motorsport 8, Fable, State of Decay 3, Hellblade 2 and many more. Along with that, there will be the all-important update to 343 Industries’ Halo Infinite which was delayed following its horrible launch.

Other than that, the event might also include new trailers or slight reveals from many of their partners. This includes companies like Activision, Take-Two, EA and many more. Additionally, the showcase might also disclose more information about recently revealed titles like Elden Ring. There might also be some news regarding the Xbox Game Pass with rumors about the service being added to other devices including the Nintendo Switch.

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The primary focus of the event will be Bethesda. Following Microsoft’s massive acquisition of ZeniMax Media, fans have waited patiently to hear more information about the future of the popular developers. Players might receive more answers regarding the titles that might release as Xbox exclusives soon. Plus, the event might also show some trailers or footage of games like Elder Scrolls VI, Starfield, Deathloop, and many more. Along with that, the showcase might also share more details about the Indiana Jones game that’s currently under development.

The Xbox & Bethesda E3 2021 showcase starts in a few hours, and fans should definitely join in on the action. Along with some cool reveals and announcements, fans might also see a lot of surprises. So because of it, they shouldn’t definitely miss out on it.

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Rupesh is an eSports author at EssentiallySports. Currently a student at Mumbai University, he has been involved with eSports since his childhood. Having played titles like Fallout 4, Minecraft, FIFA, Portal 2 and Halo 4 extensively, Rupesh has a deep understanding of the sport.

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