Players should not expect another The Elder Scrolls VI soon, according to Bethesda executive vice president of marketing and communications, Pete Hines.
Hines responded to a fan tweet asking for information on the next highly anticipated first person RPG title, saying it was “years from now”.
“It is after Starfield, which you know practically nothing about, “Hines shared in a tweet, visibly annoyed by fans who are still asking for information about The Elder Scrolls VI.
“So if you ask me for details now and not in years,” he added, “I cannot manage your expectations properly.”
The topic of managing fan expectations has been trending slightly lately as Geoff Keighley wanted to do the same with the game he revealing may 12. Microsoft and Ubisoft apologized because they couldn’t do it with their Inside Xbox Assassin’s Creed Valhalla showcase.
However, Bethesda has been fairly straightforward so far on these two titles, and we know that these are two new generation productions that will not be released soon.
Hines had previously revealed that this year’s E3 media briefing would have focused on titles such as Arkane Deathloop and Tango Gameworks » GhostWire Tokyo, which were announced last year but which are the most will probably come out sooner.
With E3 2020 now officially canceled, the label is does not organize a digital event to replace itand we don’t know yet when we’ll have a chance to see them in action.