Bethesda’s E3 Press Conference will be taking place on Monday June 13th at 6am. We’ve rounded up all of the Press Conference in Australian local time as well as where you can watch HERE. Press Start will be in attendance at E3 this year, bringing you all of the coverage live from LA.
I’m almost certain that we’ll see Skyrim Remastered revealed for a holiday 2016 release. Skyrim’s release on PS3 was absolutely plagued by technical issues which means that many people never got to experience the game to its full potential. It makes sense for Bethesda to release this whilst working on the next Elder Scroll games. This is also strengthened in the fact that the game is yet to hit Xbox One Backwards Compatibility, despite being one of the most requested games to date. Any PC player worth their 2 cents will absolutely disregard this remaster, as anyone with a potato can run Skyrim at this point, and the huge amount of mods and the incredibly intuitive SKSE and Nexus system makes running them an absolute cinch, so it seems this remaster is barely worth registering. Even if the Xbox One version will have mods, it obviously won’t be running the Nexus system so you can chalk this one up to a quick port to make some extra dough and stir up a bit more hype for the eventual Elder Scrolls VI.
This one is tricky. Originally revealed in 2012, BattleCry is a free-to-play 3rd person online shooter that was being released on the PC. It was a hero similar not too dissimilar to Battleborn and Overwatch. We’ve seen it at multiple E3s and locally at Pax/EB Expo, but it’s the game that never seemed to have got off the ground. I think that there’s a chance that we could see it at E3. I think that they might just come out and release the game but I don’t see it being too successful in the current landscape of games.