New images have appeared that show Bethesda and other publisher and developers supposed positions at this year’s E3. The image reveals that Bethesda will remain at the same booth as E3 2017, which means that they’ll have a spacious booth to boot.
I know it’s a running joke that Bethesda no longer makes games anymore and that they might release Skyrim for toasters, but on a serious note, though, we might actually see something noteworthy from them at E3 2018.
Given that E3 2018 won’t kick-off until the next five months from now it means that a lot can change with positioning and who will appear at the major games event. In other words, it’s best to keep in mind that changes may occur.
Thanks to a Reddit user by the name of Yaosio over on Paidmods, we learn that Bethesda will keep the same South Hall “1047” booth at E3 2018 much like E3 2017. You can check out the 2017 and 2018 E3 images below.
Given all of this juicy space — although this should be taken with a grain of salt — we just might witness a noteworthy announcement by Bethesda. Although it would be a shame if the company wasted all of that real estate on pre-existing title expansions.
It’s unclear what Bethesda will reveal or announce at E3 2018, but if the image holds any weight for the next five months folks watching or attending the event will know the exact location of Bethesda.
Last year at E3 2017, Bethesda revealed Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and The Evil Within 2 as their two big games. Other information at the event touched on DLC, Doom VR, and Skyrim VR.
Finally, will we see a similar pattern of two major games announced like last year’s E3 with The New Colossus and The Evil Within 2, or will Bethesda do something completely different and surprise/disappoint fans with something else?