Bethesda is on to something, judging by the images it shared on Twitter recently. The timing suspiciously coincides with the Walmart leak involving Rage 2.
Bethesda Teases The Arrival Of 'Rage 2'
Bethesda has shared photos of the Big Ben, a rocket ship, and a crosswalk with one common denominator: the color pink. Fans believe that the photos are from the Rage 2 game because of the pink color and the timing of their release.
Earlier this week, Walmart Canada might have leaked a bunch of unannounced video games, including a possible sequel to Bethesda's first-person shooter title Rage. Bethesda's Twitter account then acknowledged the leak, seemingly confirming the arrival of Rage 2.
Bethesda posted a photo of a screenshot of the game's product page on the retailer's website with some comments. The publisher jokingly wrote the errors, such as the missing age rating, with the color pink.
Then its next post is that of three uncaptioned images. The first picture shows Big Ben with its hands pointing to 5:14, which could hint at an announcement that is happening on May 14. The 5-14 code on the rocket in the second picture corroborates this assumption. Meanwhile, the crosswalk seems to have no detail relating to the date.
With the rocket ship as an exception, the images also hint that Rage 2 might be set in London.
May 14 is only a few days away, so fans should not have to wait too long to confirm whether Bethesda is indeed announcing Rage 2 or another game on that date.
Bethesda's E3 Presentation Might Be Its Longest Yet
In related news, Pete Hines of Bethesda also teased that they have a lot to show at this year's E3, adding that it might be their longest showcase yet.
"Not sure, but it's packed," he said on his Twitter account.
So far, though, fans cannot be sure what the video game publisher has in store for the event. Rumors say that a sci-fi RPG called Starfield will be finally announced, including a new title from the French video game developer Arkane.
An update to Elder Scrolls Online might also be showcased alongside Elder Scrolls 6, although, the latter is more of a wish from fans than a rumor.
Bethesda has always been tight-lipped when it comes to its projects, and this year is no different. No one knows for sure what it is currently planning. As far as anyone is concerned, it might announce another Skyrim port.
E3 2018 kicks off on June 12 and lasts until June 14. Bethesda is holding a pre-E3 conference on June 10 at 6:30 p.m. PST.