Bethesda not planning an Elder Scrolls V (Update) - destructoid

Bethesda not planning an Elder Scrolls V (Update)

2:00 AM on 08.15.2009


Elder Scrolls V is not on Bethesda’s radar. During a Q&A session at Quake Con ’09, Bethesda's Todd Howard told a fan that the studio has “no current plans” for the expected sequel to Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

He didn’t add to the statement, but when a clever fan asked about if Bethesda was planning an Elder Scrolls MMO Howard said [jokingly], “There’s always a chance.”

We’ll go out on a limb here and say that the chances of the oft-rumored MMO being real seem pretty good now considering the studio isn’t bothering with a traditional follow-up. Still, this is a gut-puncher. We were looking forward to rolling in another single-player Elder Scrolls title.

[via Big Download, via Kotaku]

[Update: This is bad information. Read this for clarification.]




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