Marketing VP Pete Hines has revealed that the upcoming E3 2018 media briefing is going to be the longest ever produced and live-streamed by Bethesda, which only further fuels expectations for the show. 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. "We have a lot to show you this year".
Bethesda teased some big E3 reveals last month and, even though one of the those reveals appears to have been leaked ahead of E3, they seem to be taking Rage 2's leak pretty well. Might be our longest E3 Showcase ever?
Bethesda Softworks has released several new teaser images on its Twitter page over the past day, with the new images in question showing locations around the world highlighted in pink.
The first two tweeted images are pointing to the numbers 5-14, the time on the clock face and the numbers on the rocket, which seems awfully likely to be a reference to May 14th.
Rain picks up again Sunday night, severe thunderstorms possible
Showers and thunderstorms will begin again Sunday night and should last into the Monday morning commute. In the wake of the storms overnight, skies remain cloudy with lows around 53 degrees.
A second teaser, meanwhile, featured an image of a rocket adorned with the same shade of paint and the number 514.
A follow up tweet featured people queuing for Anarchy Bus Tours, which is clearly linked to Rage. We'll find out on Monday and, either way, will get a better idea about whether that Walmart mess is credible or not.