With E3 2020 cancelled just a few weeks ago, Bethesda is coming forward today saying that they’re not going to be holding a digital show that would replace their physical E3 presentation.

Since 2015, Bethesda has had their own stage to announce new games like Fallout 4 and Fallout 76, E3 Doom and Doom Eternal, and upcoming Todd Howard-lead titles Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI.

Head of Marketing Pete Hines took to Twitter this morning to let fans know that while there won’t be a showcase, the company is planning on telling us “more in the coming months.”

Whether this means some sort of announcement that would actually be on par with what we might have seen at E3, or if Bethesda was not planning on hosting a showcase in June anyway remains to be seen.

While we didn’t expect Starfield or The Elder Scrolls VI would release anytime soon, it would be great to learn just a little bit more about either one of them.

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