Microsoft: Xbox and Bethesda event on June 13th

According to what is learned from the official Microsoft blog, it seems that the Redmond giant will hold an Xbox / Bethesda event on June 13th: get ready, because it will last 90 minutes.

Microsoft: the June event will be legendary!

Microsoft’s big E3 event that will serve as a showcase for upcoming Xbox and Bethesda games will kick off on Sunday, June 13th. It will be a 90-minute show. As stated in a post on the company’s official blog by Aaron Greenberg, general manager of marketing for Xbox games, ” The show will focus on games from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and many game creators from our partners around the world .”

Microsoft completed its massive acquisition of ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks, in March, so this event will be the first opportunity to see what the two companies have been up to together. The acquisition doesn’t mean that all Bethesda games are now Xbox exclusive – the upcoming Deathloop, from Bethesda-owned Arkane Studios, for example, is about to debut on PS5 and PC – but Microsoft’s Phil Spencer has already said that “ Some new titles in the future will only arrive on Xbox and the Xbox Game Pass subscription service “.

There are many potential video games that could be shown during the June showcase. We could take our next look at Halo Infinite following its rough unveiling last July and the subsequent delay this year. We remind you – for the uninitiated – that the debut is scheduled for autumn 2021.

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Microsoft announced new titles coming to the Fable and Forza Motorsport series last year, so we may be learning more about those games and others revealed at last summer’s Xbox Showcase. And from Bethesda, fingers crossed, we will finally know more details about Starfield and the new chapter of Indiana Jones.

Source: Xbox News

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