In wake of the ongoing COVID-19 global pandemic, Bethesda, like so many others, was forced to cancel its yearly gaming exhibition called QuakeCon this year. At the time, Pete Hine, senior VP of global marketing, revealed that the company would not opt for a digital E3 replacement showcase in June either. A few weeks ago, the video game maker finally announced an all-digital event called QuakeCon at Home.
Today the complete schedule for the three-day-long virtual gaming exhibition was revealed. The detailed programme for this year's QuakeCon can be seen below. It must be noted that all times are written as per the Eastern Time Zone.
QuakeCon at Home is set to be the 25th instalment of the annual QuakeCon exhibition from Bethesda. Viewers can expect to see news relating to titles such as Fallout 76, The Elder Scrolls Online, The Evil Within 2 and Doom Eternal. Other content will include developer panels, esports competitions, charity events, celebrity appearances, concerts and more.
Unfortunately, based on the schedule it seems that The Elder Scrolls VI will, yet again, be missing from the event. Since the existence of the highly anticipated RPG was first confirmed in 2018, Bethesda hasn't said much about the game.
Bethesda's upcoming online showcase is set to kick off on August 7 and conclude on August 9. All 60 hours of QuakeCon at Home will be live-streamed on Twitch. More information about the upcoming event can be found on its official website.