Bethesda's Pete Hines paid a visit to the company's blog on Edge Online to give us a quick rundown of what they'll be promoting at E3 this year.
I think the main goal for Bethesda Softworks at E3 this year is to highlight the variety of things that we have coming up, and while E3 isn't by any means an exhaustive list of our products in development, I do think this year will give folks a better sense of that than previous years where we may have only focused on a key title, like Fallout 3. Folks have always been very aware and keen on our internally developed products, like The Elder Scrolls and Fallout 3, but we want to bring more attention to our expanding lineup of third-party titles this year and some of the talented developers we are working with.By "later this month", he apparently means June 23rd.
Of course, focusing on third party titles doesn't mean we're done with things like Fallout 3. We'll be showing off Point Lookout in the booth and letting folks have a chance to play the upcoming fourth DLC for Fallout 3. Point Lookout is the most open-ended DLC yet, and allows you to explore a huge, swampy wasteland any way you'd like. It'll be coming out later this month to Xbox 360 and PC, and sometime later for PS3 (after we get the first three DLCs out for PS3 gamers).