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Yep, Bethesda is going be at E3 2019.  No idea if Pete Hines or Todd Howard will be there; they've been silent on social media since the FO76 controversies.

Bethesda’s show takes place on Sunday, June 9. Though the event’s venue has yet to be revealed, the show will be streamed live beginning 5:30pm PT, 8:30pm ET, 1:30am UK (June 10).  SOURCE.

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Oh, god! I'm so NOT excited to see what kind of a fuck up they'll come up with this time. Looks like June will be fun! Well, not really...

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They're going to invite only people who are still jocking them. You won't expect to see any real gamers like at Blizzcon who'll stand up and ask hard hitting questions like Mr. Red Shirt guy did.

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Of course, it's for Lord Todd's disciples only. 😂

If they announce a game it'll be a 99% beth.net exclusive anyway, so there won't be anything worthy of discussion, just the stuff to laugh at.

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On 3/21/2019 at 5:59 PM, endgameaddiction said:

It would still be fun to see his reaction if he was hit with a hard question regarding the flop of 76.

 

Whatever he stated... his Fanboys and fangirls would eat it up at the Cult of Todd.

I consider whatever he says as a waste of my time listening.  There will need to be a major change in the company and their products before I even begin to waste my time trying to listen...

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