Nat enjoys most video game genres, but favours JRPGs, shooters, and anything with a good story. If he isn't gaming, he's re-watching Game of Thrones, dreaming of being a rockstar, or eating Mexican food.
Bethesda ended their E3 press conference this year with the confirmation of the oft-rumored Starfield and the announcement that they are working on The Elder Scrolls VI. While these weren’t exactly ground-breaking announcements, it is exiting to see Bethesda are looking towards the future and delivering on the wishes of the fans.
Check them out below:
Elder Scrolls VI has a brief but beautiful introduction in it’s reveal trailer:
Finally, we know Starfield is real and on it’s way to us SOMETIME IN THE FUTURE. Prefacing The Elder Scrolls VI, Todd Howard said the game was coming after Starfield, perhaps establishing a leapfrogging system between Fallout, Starfield, and The Elder Scrolls from here on out. They’ve nailed post-apocalyptic USA, they’ve nailed high-fantasy. Can they nail the mysteries of the universe?
“Starfield is a game we’ve spent years thinking about and working on,” Bethesda director and executive producer Todd Howard told the crowd at E3. Fingers crossed those years are going to result in the delivery of a quality product!
There are no platforms or release days announced for either game, but there is a chance these might not be unleashed until the next generation of consoles. Hopefully just the knowledge of the games existing is enough to tide fans (and myself) over.