Pete Hines of Bethesda has repeatedly made it clear that the company has several surprises in store for E3 2018 and in a recent series of Tweets the Vice President of the publisher has reiterated this concept, declaring to be “very happy” for the E3 line-up of Bethesda.
Pete Hines has promised a good variety in the title catalog and in one comment defines this “very entertaining” moment, however it is unclear whether the reference is actually at the scheduled show or the organizational phase preceding the event. On Twitter, a player asked if the E3 2018 conference will be better than last year, to which Hines replied: “I guess that depend on whether you only want specific info on specific things or you’re just interested in games.”
A phrase certainly sibylline, which lends itself to many possible interpretations that allow us to think both in the presence of new games and the appearance of titles already known. According to some rumors, Bethesda would be ready to announce Starfield, a project that should combine the narrative universes of Fallout and The Elder Scrolls, bringing it all in a Sci-Fi setting.
Another rumor would suggest the announcement of DOOM 2, while it still seems too early for The Elder Scrolls VI, although a short teaser cannot be excluded a priori. There will probably not be room for Dishonored, The Evil Within and Wolfenstein, whose last chapters are too recent to be able to think about any sequences or stand-alone expansions.
The appointment with the Bethesda E3 2018 conference is scheduled for Monday, June 11th, on this occasion we will certainly know more about the new games being developed.