The annual Electronic Entertainment Event is where all the gaming/tech companies showcase their latest trends, specifically the gaming ones. This year, we saw popular game publisher and developer Bethesda, confirm the upcoming release of ‘Fallout 4’ and a ‘Doom’ reboot, along with the launch of ‘Dishonored 2’.
These were just some of the details through which Bethesda excited the public. Meanwhile, Elder Scrolls 6 was mentioned during a recent interview with Bethesda’s Pete Hines. The latest statements reveal why the Skyrim follow-up has taken such a long time to develop.
Pete Hines further commented on the backlash surrounding the violence in ‘Doom’ Gameplay at E3 2015. The news came to Design & Trend through The Telegraph. Hines further addressed many consumer concerns that were introduced after the studio’s latest press conference.
After the revelation details involving the many upcoming titles, a lot of Elder Scrolls fans were disappointed with the absence of any information on Elder Scrolls 6. Later, it became clear that the franchise was not ready for an E3 reveal this year.
Hines further said that he understands the disappointment of fans regarding the absence of any announcement of official updates on the upcoming Elder Scrolls 6. Hines further revealed that instead of bowing down to pressure, the developers are working hard to make sure that Elder Scrolls 6 lives up to fan expectations.
The upcoming installment will have the highest quality possible. However, the gaming industry for excited with the first-ever gameplay footage of Fallout 4 but it seems like fans of the other Bethesda franchises weren’t too happy with Bethesda.
Skyrim was released four years ago and Elder Scrolls fans are greatly anticipating the release of the upcoming installment. In all these years, the PC modding community has relished the process of enhancing the game in many different ways.
However, the people who are waiting for a big reveal anytime soon should learn to manage their expectations.
According to Hines, people are anticipating Elder Scrolls 6 since any other developer would have released a sequel within two years, but that’s not Bethesda. He further corroborated the fact that Bethesda “doesn’t publish to scale, we try to publish to quality.”
Meanwhile, the latest update on the Elder Scrolls franchise came in the form of a patch for the re-launched Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited. The update is a massive 15.9GB and the ones released for the PS4 and Xbox One improve overall design and gameplay.
Fixes have also been introduced to several glitches in the game. In order to keep the gameplay smooth and running, the title will undergo a planned maintenance June 29 from 10:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. EDT for the PS4 and Xbox One consoles.