"Bethesda Showcase is in one month", Hines tweeted.
The publisher's Global marketing executive, Pete Hines, shared this little tidbit on Twitter yesterday.
Initially, people applauded the reaction as a pretty clever way to respond to and nearly debunk the leak, but then things started to get a little interesting. Some were games many already expected to see emerging soon, such as Borderlands 3, but one listing took everyone by surprise: RAGE 2, a sequel to the 2011 post-apocalyptic shooter-RPG.
If you can't view the tweet then the date that was shown in the image was "514" or May 14th.
First, the Bethesda Twitter account posted an image of London's Big Ben which in itself isn't too peculiar, but what stood out was the big pink smear across the clock face, the same pink which matches that used in the initial image poking fun at Walmart.
The publisher's E3 2018 showcase will debut on June 10 at 6:30PM PST. Retail listings are notoriously unreliable and this all remains unconfirmed, but shortly after the "leak" the official Rage Twitter account reactivated to offer some playful notes on the supposed box art, all doodled in pink.
Because of the 5.14 time, fans are speculating that the new game will be revealed on May 14. The tweets show Rage characters and they have clear signs of another Rage title. "We've been working on E3 for this year since September of last year".
Having said that, E3 2018 is just around the corner and as each day passes, more details emerge regarding the event and this year Bethesda has some heavy plans, perhaps.
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