Bethesda: Fallout 5 exits after The Elder Scrolls 6

During an interview for IGN, Todd Howard made several revelations. If these mainly concerned Starfield, the person in charge also gave some information concerning the future titles of the studio…

After revealing Starfield gameplay last weekend during the Xbox-Bethesda showcase, Todd Howard continues to make fans dream. Indeed, during a brief interview for the IGN site, the executive producer of Bethesda mentioned two highly anticipated sequels: The Elder Scrolls 6 et Fallout 5.

Fallout 76 - Credit: Bethesda
Fallout 76 – Credit: Bethesda

Todd Howard says:Oui, Elder Scrolls 6 is in pre-production and, you know, we’re going to do Fallout 5 after that, so our schedule is quite full for the future for some time. We also have other projects that we review from time to time“.

Bethesda: Todd Howard wants games to come out faster

It seems like Fallout holds a special place in the heart of the manager. Indeed, previously, Todd Howard spoke of his attachment to the license. He said: “Fallout is really part of our DNA here. We’ve worked with other developers from time to time – I can’t say what’s going to happen. You know we have a guideline for Fallout 5, we know what we want to do“.

However, at Bethesda’s current rate of production, it will probably take several years before the release of Fallout 5. Starfield, which is slated for release in 2023, was first announced in 2015, so the total development time is almost eight years. The sequel to Skyrim, released in 2011, is still in pre-production phase. The Elder Scrolls 6, which could be an Xbox exclusive, was postponed because the team wanted to focus on developing Starfield.

Howard also acknowledged the long waits for fan-favorite games, and spoke about his own impatience about it. The manager says:It’s true that they take time, Iwish they came out fasterreally, we do our best, but we want them to be as good as possible for everyone.

Source : IGN

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