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Expect to see more of Dishonored 2, but Bethesda is rumored to have a lot more up its sleeve

Last year, Bethesda kicked E3 off in style with a Sunday night press conference in which it surprise-launched Fallout Shelter and showed off a strong slate featuring Fallout 4, Doom, and Dishonored 2. The publisher's first ever E3 press briefing was a hit, leading some to proclaim Bethesda the big winner at E3 2015.

That's a tough act to follow, and it's not exactly clear what kind of a lineup Bethesda has to promote this year. Dishonored 2 should be back and bigger than ever, and we would expect looks at upcoming downloadable content for Doom and Fallout 4, but there are question marks beyond that. Recent rumors have also pointed to a remastered PS4 and Xbox One version of last generation's megahit The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim, as well as sequels for The Evil Within, Prey, and Wolfenstein.

Can Bethesda's second crack at an E3 press briefing measure up to last year's impressive debut? You can find out by watching the event as it happens right here, starting at 7 p.m. Pacific, 10 p.m. on the East Coast, and an exceedingly late 3 a.m. Monday morning for those watching from London.

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Richard Pygott Level Designer A year ago
I think that the Skyrim Remaster is a bit of an ask to be honest, there are so many assets within the game and the stability of the game itself on much different platforms than those that it launched on and consider the amount of resources that would have to be put into this to make it work!

I think that Skyrim will be announced as being backward compatible with the Xbox One, but not a remaster. I think a remaster is just hype
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