Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase Scheduled for June is going to be big. Xbox recently announced that they would be hosting a game show, collaborating with Bethesda. Given the rather on-the-nose name “Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase,” this team-up event’s show date is not that far off.
This is set to take place on Sunday, June 12, 2022, the showcase is likely going to bring in a lot of news about the latest releases heading to Xbox.
Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase Scheduled for June
Although the company is yet to disclose what exactly we can expect from the showcase, previous leaks and rumors point toward new information on at least one highly anticipated title, Bethesda’s upcoming RPG titled “StarField.” While Xbox keeps on hushing on the games it plans to discuss, it did give details on a full list of ways in which you can tune in and watch the event for yourself.
The is going to be available through a total of six different outlets and in over 30 languages across those platforms. The stream is expected to start at 10 a.m. PT on June 12, and if the previous year is anything to go by, it might last as long as an hour and a half. We would report on what is taking place when the time comes for the Live event on YouTube and Twitch.
Starfield and Rumors
It is likely safe to assume that “Starfield” would take up a significant portion of the games to come in the showcase. The game, set to launch on November 11, 2022, seems to be Bethesda’s next pride and joy. It’s the first entirely new universe created by the game studio in 25 years.
Although Bethesda hasn’t been dormant in that time, it became known for franchises that have gotten established long ago such as “Skyrim” or “Fallout.” In “Starfield,” the player will get taken on an immersive role-playing journey across the universe, ad may perhaps be offered some interesting gameplay options, that include selecting a faction – even if it means siding with the bad guys.
When it comes to other titles, everything is left quite ambiguous. In an announcement that came from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and our partners around the world.” What this might imply is that we would all hear more about “redfall,” a game that is still in development with Arkane Austin, a game studio that happens to be owned by Bethesda. Microsoft owns Bethesda, so it traces back to the Xbox. “Redfall” would be an open-world, co-op shooter type of game where the player fights hordes of vampires. Much like “Starfield,” “Redfall” is set to come in the 2022 release.
New Xbox Games
Also, there are tons of games that the Xbox Game Studios is working to make that are yet to get a release date, such as “Avowed,” “Fable,” and “Contraband.” And “State of Decay 3.” It is possible that we would hear about these titles while the showcase is on, including possible release dates and several new details concerning the games.