Fallout 4 developer Bethesda Softworks announced plans today to once again host its own E3 showcase event in Los Angeles on June 12th, the Sunday evening prior to E3 proper.
This follows Bethesda's inaugural showcase last year, which seemed to be a big success thanks in large part to an extended Fallout 4 presentation from project chief Todd Howard. Later, Bethesda frontman Pete Hines told The Telegraph that "I don't know if we'll do one again."
Now it's clear they will, though it's less clear what Bethesda staffers intend to talk about. It's also intriguing to note the company's growing commitment to hosting E3 showcases at a time when fellow big game company Electronic Arts is toning down its presence at E3 proper in favor of also hosting its own Sunday offsite events and press conference.