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Microsoft and Bethesda E3 2021 Showcase: Where to Watch and What to Expect

Microsoft and Bethesda E3 2021 Showcase to take place on June 13, 2021, and will kick off at 10 am PT.

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Bethesda’s involvement in E3 2021 was highly anticipated, and now that E3 is underway, we look forward to what Microsoft and Bethesda have to offer. Microsoft’s conference will be held on June 13, 2021, and as per the official confirmation, Bethesda and Xbox’s E3 showcase will begin at 1 pm ET.

With that being said, you might probably be wondering how to be a part of the live event, but worry now, as we have brought an insightful guide into the event, what might happen, and how you could watch it live.

E3 2021 is a bit different for Microsoft, as for the first time ever, we will witness Bethesda under its umbrella. Rumors and leaks suggest Bethesda will reveal its new IP that it has been working on, while Xbox fans are looking forward to seeing if the company is working on any exclusive.

Microsoft and Bethesda E3 2021 Presentation Timings and Where to Watch

From what we know, Microsoft’s presentation will be around 90 minutes; that’s enough time to give the fans what they want. Also, there is no need to worry, as Microsoft will stream its E3 2021 showcase live on its Youtube channel, Facebook page, Twitch, and Twitter. Microsoft and

Bethesda’s E3 2021 presentation will kick off at 1 pm ET / 10 am PT / 6 pm BST. Players in Australia will be able to be a part of the action on June 14, 2021, from 3 am AEST onwards.

Watching on Youtube seems to be the most feasible way to immerse into the action quickly, but you can choose any other medium as you require.

What to expect from Microsoft’s E3 2021 Showcase?

Now, into the most exciting part; what will Microsoft have in store for us? As it seems, the company has managed to keep it low and not give away any crucial details in its plan. However, judging from the promotional image shared on their Twitter page, we hope to see more of Halo Infinite.

Apart from Halo Infinite, we also have Starfield from Bethesda, which is awaiting its grand reveal. Starfield was first announced in 2018’s E3 event, and now after acquiring ZeniMax Media, it will be the best time to hype up the fans with a new gameplay reveal.

Bethesda’s ‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ has been a massive topic of discussion, and it would be impressive if the team manages to share any significant updates on it. The same goes with ‘The Indiana Jones.’ Although we don’t expect to see a gameplay trailer, we hope to get some concrete updates on the games’ development.

For Microsoft’s next-gen consoles, Xbox Series S and Xbox Series X, it’s safe to assume that we will get a sneak peek into the sequel of Hellblade Senua. The announcement of Senua’s Saga: Hellbalde II impressed many, and with the hardware capabilities of the next-gen consoles, a gameplay reveal will be an absolute treat.

E3 2019’s Elden Ring, a project from Bandai Namco and FromSoftware, might share something at E3 2021.

Exclusives have been an area of concern for Microsoft, and the company would be planning to bring about a change, compete with Sony, and bolster its next-gen consoles. Additionally, we have other titles such as Forza Motorsport, Psychonauts 2, Perfect Dark, Fable, S.T.A.L.K.E.R. 2, State of Decay 3, Everwild, and many more others.

We might also get some information about the games that will come in Xbox Game Pass. As we know, Microsoft has been very active with its Game Pass, and some of the recent inclusions have seen the likes of Just Cause 4, MLB The Show 21, so it won’t be unwise to hope for more.

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