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Bethesda’s Pete Hines Promises Variety in E3 2018 Lineup

E3 2018 is already just around the corner which means developers and publishers are likely preparing more and more every day for gaming’s biggest show. Recently, we collaborated with Bethesda Softworks’ Senior Vice President of Marketing Pete Hines and requested him around E3 2018 and what we may expect from Bethesda in the series.

Throughout our conversation we made light of this fact that Bethesda currently doesn’t even have more planned for the latter half of the year. After he   jokingly played and acted like he didn’t know this, we asked when we could hear more about what they could have slated to release this year. He  explained :

“I could not provide you any guesses as to what we’re going to announce and when these games will probably be outside. But I will say, we’ve got a good deal of new things to talk about at E3. Whether or not people realize this really is the hell on Earth period for people with E3. We are in the midst of a lot of preparation and work for many of the content but I’m really excited.

I believe we’ve got a lot of things that folks are going to like. In my previous comment, it is going to become a major mix of stuff that is all around the area. It is not going to be like most of [one] type of game or genre. It is definitely going to be a good deal of things in plenty of different places and hopefully, there is something in there for everyone. ”

Contemplating Bethesda’s swath  of all IP, this shouldn’t be overly surprising. Their catalog   of games as a whole is really unique from one another in the first place but it’s good to notice that this can continue to keep accurate at E3 this past year.

Hines told us a lot of other info through out discussion some of which considered the Nintendo Switch and another teases regarding the future of Prey. Keep 1 eye out for our entire interview with Hines as it should be up really soon and a second eye out later on for our trailer of Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus on Switch.  

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