The happiest time of the year is always E3 which features exciting announcements all about gaming. Bethesda has been at the forefront of E3 as they kick it off with their own special party. This time, it looks like they’re already teasing some things to be expected.
Earlier in the month, Bethesda revealed a sort of central theme to the showcase, “Bethesdaland.” While we’re not entirely sure what it means, the image posted by Bethesda’s Pete Hines shows all kinds of amusement park and world fair-like attractions. It features many video games from their already existing line-up which points to possible future content becoming available. Fallout, Dishonored, Quake, Doom, Elder Scrolls and Prey are all represented.
Then, there are two mystery locations still being worked on. It is possible Bethesda plans on revealing a couple of brand new titles. They could be completely original or some kind of comeback in the form of RAGE, Wet, The Evil Within, Brink or maybe even a remastering of Wayne Gretzky Hockey. There does not seem to be any clue placed around the picture, at least nothing that stands out.
There doesn’t seem to be any rhyme to why the image has been ordered in this fashion. But as the entrance of Bethesdaland shows off a Vault Boy, it might be Fallout to start things for the show. Take a look at everything yourself and let the speculations continue.
The Bethesda E3 Showcase begins June 11 at 6:30PM in Los Angeles.