Bethesda's arming a massive nuke for E3 in a week-and-a-half time: an Elder Scrolls V announcement, if what most of the internet is guessing rightly.
According to Abstract360, the latest issue of Famitsu has several companies confirming they still have surprises up their sleeves, including Konami and Ubisoft. But Bethesda's surprise segment is marked with "secret".
That's despite company PR guru Pete Hines saying at the company's US pre-E3 event back in April that it will have nothing to announce at the LA mega-event.
And if there is an announcement to come, it wasn't listed by the company when it announced its E3 line-up earlier this week - all of which were the titles we seen at its European pre-E3 event in France back in April.
However, its been four years since the last Elder Scrolls title, Oblivion, so this would naturally make sense.
Elder Scrolls MMO, anyone?
E3 takes place from the week of June 14.