Xbox and Bethesda Game Showcase will take place on June 12th


There will be a Microsoft Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12.

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E3 2022-sized gaps may be filled this summer with the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase. Individual developers, publishers, and manufacturers will have to step up and fill the void left by the cancellation of E3 this year with smaller, more concentrated livestreams. That’s what Microsoft and Bethesda are expected to accomplish on June 12 – only a few days before the E3 video game convention.

In an official Xbox Wire blog article, editor-in-chief Will Tuttle outlines the administrative details of the event.


Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase will be streamed live at 10 a.m. PT on Sunday, June 12th,” he stated in his blog post. Games from the Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and our global partners will be featured on this presentation.

Fans may also follow the events live on YouTube, Twitch, Twitter, Facebook and TikTok, according to him. Microsoft will also provide a Twitch ASL webcast in order to make the event more accessible. The event will take place on June 12, 2022 at 10 AM PT / 1 PM ET / 6 PM BST.

A “diverse portfolio of games coming shortly to the Xbox ecosystem, including forthcoming releases to the Game Pass on Xbox and PC,” according to Tuttle, is all he mentions. To put it another way, don’t anticipate much more than first-party Xbox and Bethesda games.


In my opinion, Starfield has the potential to be a worthwhile investigation. On November 11, Bethesda’s new sci-fi RPG will be released, but we have yet to witness any gameplay. Another major update for Halo Infinite is scheduled for August and will provide campaign co-op functionality. No official date has been set for the next significant update to Hellblade 2, which likewise seems overdue. As a result, we shouldn’t expect to hear anything concrete for some time.

Microsoft has planned the event for midday Sunday rather than late afternoon on a weekday, making it simpler to view than normal. This might allow for a larger audience to tune in. In a few months, we’ll have certain answers.


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