I’m also off to make a little recap video about all those things we saw ‘n that. Laters! But yes, that’s all from Xbethboxesda. In about 19 minutes Rebecca and Hayden will take over liveblogging duties for the PC Gaming Show – check that out here. Ereban: Shadow Legacy is probably my pick of the ‘new’ stuff, I do fancy a spot of fast-paced stealth murder. And to be honest I liked Fallout 4 enough that I don’t really mind if Starfield is just interstellar Fallout 4. After playing the beta earlier this year I’m keen to get my hands on Overwatch 2 when it enters early access this October. Other than that, I quite liked the look of The Last Case of Benedict Fox. How about you?
The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase continues today at Not-E3 2022, and we’ll be liveblogging it right here. Will there be more than CGI target footage and concept art in Starfield? Is it possible to gain a closer peek at Playground Games’ enigmatic new Fable? Will Redfall make its first significant public appearance since the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, um, a few months ago? I’m not sure, but you can watch the entire concert on the stream attached below, with commentary from myself and my vid buddy Liam. The show begins at 6 p.m. BST / 7 p.m. CEST / 1 p.m. ET.
And that’s it, judging by this montage of games from throughout the show. Any highlights, Liam? It’s a big claim but we’re not shown how ‘landing anywhere’ works. Presumably Bethesda haven’t created planet-sized planets for every planet. Apparently we can land anywhere, on any planet. Heard that before, Todd. And then fly your pimped out ship into 3D space battles. Going a bit Ratchet & Clank here if you ask me.