Why The Upcoming Two Projects From Bethesda Are Going To Be A Massive Hit

Bethesda has a lot of things in their table, with "The Elder Scrolls 6" being one of them. And yes, the studio is currently working on two new projects, both of which will be as big as "Fallout 4" and "Skyrim." But will they be a massive hit as the aforesaid titles? Well, the company does believe that.

According to VG247, Bethesda has two unnamed projects up in its sleeves. They will be as big as the titular action role-playing games "Fallout 4" and "Skyrim." The studio's VP of Public Relations Pete Hines broke the news at the Electronic Entertainment Expo (commonly known as E3).

Hines also shed some light on what appears to be a vague explanation from Todd Howard, the Director and Executive Producer of Bethesda. He clarified that the upcoming projects are full titles, contrary to what some fans may assume as DLCs.

That Bethesda will not be out there to introduce one downloadable content to another. Hines iterated that people need to understand that titles as massive as "Fallout 4" and "Skyrim" are on their priority list.

On the other hand, it is also interesting to note that Bethesda is planning to unleash the highly anticipated "The Elder Scrolls 6" soon. The only catch, as reported by SegmentNext, is that the studio will first shift their focus to the two unnamed projects. After which, they can go all out developing a new installment for "The Elder Scrolls" series.

One of the much awaited titles from Bethesda at E3 was "The Elder Scrolls 6." Though fans were made known that the sequel will indeed happen, no official release date was mentioned. Heck, the studio even note about how the game will take a good amount of time before its release.

It is also worth noting that Bethesda is yet to develop the kind of tech they want for the sixth "The Elder Scrolls" game. Hence, prior to moving forward to the development phase, they have to generate its engine first.

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