The Xbox and Bethesda E3 2021 event is finally official. But in addition to announcing its upcoming event, the gaming giant has worried its fans that it may share some juicy details about “Starfield” and “Hello Infinity” on the virtual stage.
Xbox is officially Announced Schedule its event at E3 this year. The team will hold its performance on June 1 ET or June 10 at 10 a.m. PT. The company’s Xbox and Bethesda Games showcase event will be available via Xbox Twitch, YouTube, Twitter and Facebook accounts.
The teaser image of the event features “Hello”, which marks a major appearance on the much-anticipated upcoming title “Hello Infinity”. There is also a feature in the teaser Planet Many fans are familiar because this is the same planet that is shown in the teaser trailer for “Starfield”.
It’s worth noting, however, that Xbox and Bethesda have yet to say anything about the games that they will be performing on the show.
Aaron Greenberg, general manager of Xbox game marketing, in an announcement published on Microsoft’s Xbox Wire Shared That program will “focus on games from Xbox Game Studio, Bethesda, and many of our partner game creators around the world.”
This confirms previous rumors about a joint conference between Bethesda and Xbox. Fans may remember that last year, both sides hosted separate E3 events.
Accordingly Xbox, “Partnership is a 0-minute program packed with everything you want to know about the epic gaming lineup coming from this partnership, the incredible games coming to Xbox this holiday, upcoming releases on Xbox Game Pass, and more.”
In addition, another Microsoft event is happening later this year. The digital event is called Xbox FanFest and is open for now Registration.
“Starfield” is Betesda’s newest space-title that Game Studios announced a few years ago. Meanwhile, “Hello Infinity” was said to be released earlier this year but has yet to be pushed to an unannounced launch date.
“Starfield” and “Hello Infinity” are in development right now.