It was previously confirmed that Microsoft and Bethesda will have a joint event at E3.
It’s been confirmed for some time now that E3 2021 is going to take place from June 12 to June 15, while we also know at this point exactly who is going to be attending. But the more specific schedule that details which conferences are set for what date and what time hasn’t yet been shared. However, Microsoft, it seems, is going to be one of the first ones to go live with their event this year, as has usually been the case in the past.
Journalist Jeff Grubb recently streamed a new episode of his Summer Game Mess show, in which he stated that Microsoft’s E3 press event is set for June 13. While he is unsure about the specific timing, it seems the show will go live at 10 AM Pacific Time. Of course, this is unconfirmed, but we should be getting an official announcement from Microsoft soon as well, seeing as E3 is very close now.
It’s been previously confirmed that Microsoft and Bethesda are going to have a joint showcase at E3. Halo Infinite is guaranteed to make an appearance, while it’s also looking extremely likely that Starfield will show up with a specific release date announcement. Recently, an insider suggested that Microsoft would announce at least five new AAA Xbox games, amidst rumours of a Mexico-set Forza Horizon 5 and a new vampire-based IP codenamed Omen by Arkane Studios.