Bethesda will be hosting its fifth E3 conference this year. The publisher's announcement (opens in new tab) comes when others are stepping back a bit from the gargantuan show. EA isn't doing a press conference this year, for instance, and Sony won't be on the floor at all.
Bethesda's conference will kick off at 5:30 pm PT on June 9, though it's still keeping the contents of the show a mystery, aside from the promise of an in-depth look at Doom Eternal (opens in new tab).
Undoubtedly, everyone really wants to more about The Elder Scrolls 6, which Bethesda teases a little bit in the event art. That's still expected to be a long way off, however, and Bethesda's got plenty of other games cooking away, including Starfield (opens in new tab), Rage 2 (opens in new tab) and Wolfenstein: Youngblood (opens in new tab). We'll probably see a Fallout 76 (opens in new tab) announcement, too, which has updates planned for summer and autumn.
If making a trip to LA sounds unreasonable, you can watch the show on Twitch, YouTube, Twitter, Mixer and Facebook Live.