Bethesda: Skyrim Successor Is Endless Summer, Not Fallout 4

Bethesda announced not too long ago that it was going to stop creating content for Skyrim through DLCs so that they could start working on a new game. This led many to believe that this new project was Fallout 4.

It is now believed, however, that the new game coming from Bethesda is not Fallout 4 but in fact a game called Endless Summer. The report comes from CVG who stated on April 23 that new intellectual property coming from Bethesda Softworks will have non-family friendly content. This includes a horror theme, language, strong violence, mild sex and nudity.

It is also rumored that Endless Summer will be released as a multiplatform title, making it available for multiple systems. Fallout 4, however, is still expected, as is Elder Scrolls 6 for the next-generation PlayStation 4 and Xbox 720 to appease fans of that series.

Further confirming the title, a rating for Endless Summer appeared in Australia. The rating notes "strong horror themes and violence."

Recently Bethesda announced Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami's The Evil Within, leading some to think that the two could in fact be separate titles for the same game. The announcement came with a live-action trailer and Bethesda has released screenshots of the game. The game is being developed for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC along with the PlayStation 4 and most likely the Xbox 720. It centers around a character named Sebastian, a detective who finds himself drawn into creepy events after he goes to investigate a homicide scene.

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