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Bethesda Releases Teaser Image, Announcement Coming Tomorrow

Posted on Monday, April 16 @ 11:38:29 Eastern by Alex_Osborn


Earlier today, Bethesda Softworks posted a mysterious image (above) on their Twitter account, teasing an impending announcement that is set to be revealed tomorrow. How do we know they'll be blowing this lid off this surprise tomorrow? Well, the text that accompanied the image simply says “Tomorrow”, so yeah, it's safe to say we'll find out who this ominous character is in less than 24 hours time.

I don't know about you, but I think this dude looks like he'd fit awfully well into the world of Skyrim. We already know that Bethesda plans to provide gamers with more Skyrim content in the form of DLC, so there's a good chance we'll hear all about the first official pack tomorrow. The developer has also confirmed that they are be brining Kinect support to the game later this month, so while it could be in reference to that, I still think downloadable content is the safest bet.

Let us know what you think Bethesda might be revealing tomorrow in the comments below.
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