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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:06pm 27/05/21 | 0 Comments
Can you feel it? Can you sense it? Yeah, the mid-year E3-time Hype Train is steadily approaching -- and we can't wait. And in terms of spectacle you can always count on the Xbox showcase to deliver the goods, and this year the delivery is getting super-sized with a joint Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase coming in June.

Monday, June 14 at 3am AEST for us in Australia.

As per the teaser, the event will focus on "games from Xbox Game Studios, Bethesda, and many game creators from our partners around the world". Will there be Halo? That's a given -- it's right there in the artwork. But, and this is where the ol' tin foil hat goes on, there looks to be a Starfield reveal on the cards too. Highlighted by the planetary space-action motif right there front and centre.

Throw in Avowed from Obsidian, Hellblade 2 from Ninja Theory, the latest Forza, the Fable and Perfect Dark reboots, and the sheer number of Xbox Game Studios doing their thing all over the world this will no doubt be chock full of games, games, and even more games. Clocking in at around 90 minutes it sounds like a big one.


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