Advertising and marketing lead Samuel Bateman says it’s “simply us enjoying video games.”
Over the previous week, rumors for Microsoft allegedly internet hosting a stream to debate its acquisition of Bethesda have been getting hotter. VentureBeat’s Jeff Grubb famous that the main target can be on Xbox Sport Go and Zenimax-owned titles coming to the service. Nonetheless, Xbox UK advertising and marketing lead Samuel Bateman denies any such occasion for March eleventh.
On Twitter, Bateman clarified that, “Thursday’s #XboxOn stream has nothing to do with Bethesda. It’s simply us enjoying video games and we haven’t determined which one but.” This can be an elaborate bait-and-switch or simply the corporate telling followers to not get too excited. Both approach, mood your expectations.
This doesn’t essentially imply that stated stream received’t be occurring sooner or later, particularly given what number of plans have shifted within the trade over the previous 12 months. Microsoft and Bethesda are additionally reportedly planning to have separate showcases this Summer time throughout E3 time, although they may happen back-to-back. Maybe we’ll be taught extra about Starfield, which is deliberate for launch this 12 months as per rumors. Keep tuned for extra particulars within the meantime.
Thursday’s #XboxOn stream has nothing to do with Bethesda. It is simply us enjoying video games and we’ve not determined which one but.
— Samuel Bateman (@samuelofc) March 8, 2021