Bethesda may be planning to unveil two new games at its E3 presentation

Invites for Bethesda's upcoming E3 press conference were sent out today, and with them arrived an interesting piece of artwork, pictured above, possibly teasing what announcements fans can expect to witness at the presentation.

The artwork portrays a theme park imaginatively titled Bethesdaland, featuring many well-known franchises of the publisher as park regions. These include detailed illustrations of the Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Doom, Dishonored, Prey, as well as Quake franchises, complete with recognizable characters and locations.

However, among them are two rides depicted as 'under-construction' and 'coming soon', hinting at a possible unveiling of two new games at the conference. If the publisher is planning something of this sort, other than being completely new IPs, there are some possibilities on what these new games could turn out to be.

Sequels to Wolfenstein: The New Order by Machine Games and The Evil Within by Tango Gameworks are a couple of strong contenders, since the duo being absent from the illustration despite being highly successful games is quite unusual. A sequel to id Software's Rage is another possibility.

In any case, fans won't have to wait much longer to find out what Bethesda has prepared for everyone, as its E3 presentation is scheduled to take place on June 11.

Source and image: GameInformer

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