Bethesdaland and EA Play Details Announced I E3 2017

E3 Bethesdaland and EA Play

Bethesda and EA Are Prepping To Showcase

With E3 just around the corner, Bethesda Softworks and EA have revealed more details on how they’ll be showcasing their games this June via Bethesdaland and EA Play.

Bethesda announced via twitter the name of their E3 2017 press conference, Bethesdaland. This is the third year Bethesda is holding their own conference to showcase their games. Last year they revealed Quake Champions, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Special Edition and more.

Details on how to score tickets to the event will be unveiled at a later time. Until then, fans can be prepared to see the best that Bethesda has to offer on June 11th.

In more E3 news, EA unveiled that the showcase of their games will run June 10-12. The EA Play event will feature over 140 stations for fans to try out games, such as the new EA Sports lineup and Star Wars: Battlefront II.

The event will span three days, with tickets becoming available on April 20th. Tickets will be available on the EA Play website.

In yet more E3 news, Microsoft was expected to hold their conference on Monday during E3. However, the company took a similar approach to EA and moved their conference to Sunday, June 11. Phil Spencer did give out some hints about what to expect from the Xbox press conference.

Additionally, if you thought you were going to have to wait until June to learn about the new Xbox Scorpio you’re in luck. Details were released this week discussing the internal hardware and more.

E3 is just around the corner and The Game Fanatics will be covering the big news as it unfolds. To keep up with all your E3 news, keep checking in with The Game Fanatics.

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