Microsoft already got through one jam-packed June showcase over the weekend but it isn't done yet. You can catch up on the June 12 showcase over on YouTube to see the Starfield gameplay reveal, Minecraft spinoff, and Persona 5 announcement.
Gaming showcases week isn't over yet though. Microsoft also has what it calls an "extended" showcase on Tuesday, June 14. Microsoft says that Tuesday's show will include "new trailers, take deeper looks at the news from the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase and speak with some of your favorite game creators"
Where to watch the Xbox and Bethesda showcase
Easy, you can watch it from the embedded YouTube premiere at the top of this page. You can also head to Xbox or Bethesda's official channels via YouTube or Twitch.
The Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase Extended takes place on June 14 at 10 am PT / 1 pm ET / 6 pm BEST / 7 pm CEST (that's an awkwardly early 3 am AEST on June 15 if you're in Australia).
In case you missed it, the first Xbox and Bethesda show premiered at the same times on Sunday, June 12. Catch our full list of E3 games to see what turned up.
Xbox and Bethesda showcase: What we expect to see
The first Xbox and Bethesda showcase from Sunday already gave us a ton of new trailers, reveals, and plenty to talk about. Xbox said that Tuesday's show will have deeper looks at the news from Sunday and interviews with developers.
We can probably expect things like Mojang turning up to talk about its vision for the Minecraft RTS spinoff, maybe a bit more from Todd Howard and Bethesda developers on Starfield. Perhaps we'll hear from Obsidian's developers about their many games in development or Redfall studio Arkane on co-op vampire slaying.
Things have of course been quiet on The Elder Scrolls 6 front. Likely we're in for our yearly Howard or Phil Spencer quote reminding players of the virtues of patience. Although we didn't see them in Sunday's show, there's still a chance of Fable or Indiana Jones news. Xbox does say new trailers for Tuesday's show, so let's dream while we can.
We've got a whole bunch more predictions over here, too, if you're trying to remember what every studio Microsoft owns might be up to.