The Xbox and Bethesda Showcase gets more details from Microsoft, from which we learn that it will last 90 minutes and go at 1080p and 60fps live.
The Xbox and Bethesda Showcase set for this weekend at E3 2021 is better defined , with Jeff Rubenstein reporting details on the video streaming such as the duration , resolution and frame-rate of the video that will be broadcast on Sunday 13 June 2021. at 19:00.
The Microsoft conference will last about 90 minutes and during this several news regarding the Xbox Game Studios first party productions will be presented, including those of Bethesda, which will probably have its own dedicated section within the event, in addition to other probable exclusive and related initiatives.
A rather interesting thing to note in the post is the fact that live video streaming will go at 1080p and 60fps where possible based on the quality of the connection, of course, but it will not exceed these parameters when it comes to live video.
Immediately after the livestream , however, the videos that will be distributed later will be in 4K and 60 fps, in addition to the entire video of the event that will subsequently be re-distributed on the official Xbox channels in higher quality. Therefore, to have a better view of the contents, it will probably be necessary to wait for the release of the dedicated videos in 4K after the live broadcast, after a first viewing.
Microsoft also announces that the show will be translated into numerous languages , as well as a version translated simultaneously with American Sign Language (ASL) and Audio Descriptions (AD), in order to be followed respectively by those who have hearing or vision problems.