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Bethesda’s E3 invite isn’t an actual game, but we wish it were

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E3 is right around the corner, and developers are already starting to tease new titles for the biggest video game conference of the year. Take Bethesda: its “Bethesdaland” E3 invite shows off some of the developer’s biggest franchises, including Dishonored, Doom, Fallout, The Elder Scrolls, Prey, and Quake.

Of course, along with those already known titles are two areas marked as “Coming soon” and “Under construction,” which could be hinting at some new titles that may be announced at E3 this year from Bethesda.

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While the idea of new games is interesting, I’m left mostly just wishing that the colorful, animated Bethesaland invite itself were an upcoming game. Imagine a Mario Party-style crossover party game where adorable illustrated versions of the Dovahkiin, Emily Kaldwin, and Doom Marine face-off in a series of theme park ride-styled mini-games? Or maybe a real-life board game of some kind? We can work out the details later, I suppose.

Bethesda will be hosting its E3 showcase on June 11th, so we won’t have to wait long to find out whether my Bethesdaland dreams will come true (and presumably what new games the company is actually announcing). As in previous years, the showcase will be open to the public as well, so if you’re over the age of 17 and would like a shot at attending in person, you can sign up here.