Bethesda Focusing On New Project, Will Still Support Skyrim
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim was one of the best games of 2011 and there's no doubt that fans are eagerly anticipating Bethesda's next memorable role-playing triumph.
In a new blog post, the publisher has revealed that they'll finally be "moving on" to their "next major project," which is currently in the pre-production stage.
They've worked hard to deliver all sorts of upgrades and expansions for Skyrim, including the Creation Kit, Steam Workshop, Kinect support and various downloadable content. Sure, a lot of that took way too long to make it to the PlayStation 3 version of the game but hopefully, that issue will be rectified with the next project. That, by the way, should be a next-gen title, right?
That all being said, Bethesda said they'll "never truly say goodbye" to Skyrim and in fact, there are still a few minor updates to come. A game so massive certainly gave gamers a ton of bang for their buck, and you can bet the new title is going to be even more gigantic in terms of size and scope. At least, that's what we're expecting. By the way, don't forget that although Bethesda published the excellent Dishonored last year, it was developed by Arkane Studios.
So who's ready to hear about The Elder Scrolls VI?
Related Game(s): The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
4/15/2013 11:44:58 AM Ben Dutka