Rumor: Wolfenstein: The New Order 2, The Evil Within 2, and Prey 2 to be announced at E3 2016

Eurogamer also corroborates Skyrim remaster rumor.

Wolfenstein: The New Order

Sequels to Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Evil Within, and Prey will be announced by Bethesda Softworks during their E3 2016 press conference, according to Eurogamer.

The website said that in addition to these announcements, it also understands the rumored The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim remaster to be true.

First news of a Wolfenstein sequel came in September 2015, where a voice actress for the first game said during a TV interview, “Now we’re making a second one, which will take two more years.”

Prey 2—or rather, a reboot different from the Prey 2 we once knew, developed by Arkane Austin—was previously rumored for an E3 announcement by Kotaku.

As for The Evil Within 2, this is the first we’re hearing of a sequel, but developer Tango Gameworks has been quiet since it finished its downloadable content releases for the first game in mid-2015.

Bethesda Softworks will host its E3 2016 press conference this Sunday, June 12 at 7:00 p.m. PDT / 10:00 p.m. EDT. Get the full E3 2016 schedule here.

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