How to watch the Bethesda E3 2017 press conference

Here's how to watch Bethesda's E3 2017 conference which starts at 9pm Pacific on Sunday, June 11 (that's 5am BST on Monday, June 12 if you're in the UK).

Credit where credit's due, nobody holds a press conference quite like Bethesda. And I'm not just talking about the ungodly hours. This year, the publisher behind games like Skyrim, Fallout 4, Doom, and Prey has decided to go all amusement park-themed by referring to everything happening as part of "Bethesdaland." Buckle in, it's gonna be a ride.

Be sure to check out our pages detailing Microsoft's 2017 E3 conference and Nintendo's 2017 E3 conference as well. And for the full E3 2017 schedule, head to our main page. 

How to watch the Bethesda E3 2017 press conference

Twitch and YouTube are Bethesda's preferred forms of broadcast. You can mosey on over to the company's official YT page if you like, or take your shoes off, stay awhile, and enjoy the embedded Twitch stream below with us:

When is the Bethesda E3 2017 press conference?

Bethesda's E3 2017 press conference will begin at 9pm Pacific on Sunday, June 11. That's 5am BST on Monday, June 12 if you're in the UK. No, we have no clue why the Fus Ro Damn anyone would do a press conference so late.

What games will be at the Sony E3 2017 press conference?

Good question! The company has teased two unannounced titles, but we're pretty sure we know what they are: a new Wolfenstein game and Evil Within 2. May we eat our collective hats if we're wrong. There's also a scant rumor about "Starfield" being announced. If you haven't heard of it, the elevator pitch is "Elder Scrolls in space." Man, I wouldn't even mind eating my hat if that gets announced instead of the aforementioned titles.

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