Despite the announcement of an Indiana Jones game, the development of the Elder Scrolls 6 does not take a back seat

Bethesda is capitalizing more than ever on Skyrim, the latest episode of The Elder Scrolls. Released on PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PC and Nintendo Switch, the game has become a real running gag among players who wonder, like for GTA 6, when will his suite be released. A sequel which, for the moment, has only delivered a short teaser (available below) in 2018. Since then, nothing, not even a leaked image of Bethesda studios, now owned by Microsoft, which bought its parent company, ZeniMax, for 7.5 billion dollars. And while The Elder Scrolls 6 goes low key, the studio announced an Indiana Jones game.

An announcement well received by players despite some who are worried that Bethesda will abandon The Elder Scrolls 6.

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Bethesda Senior Vice President of Marketing reassure about this on Twitter.

The Elder Scrolls 6 development is not impacted by Indiana Jones development

GTA 6 and The Elder Scrolls 6, two games that are widely awaited by players, without even an announcement, even skinny. What if the second one arrives late following the announcement of a game from the Indiana Jones franchise? This would not be the case according to Pete Hines, in charge of marketing for Bethesda. It was on Twitter that the man reassured the players.

Todd (editor’s note: Todd Howard) is currently executive producer of several Bethesda games and other projects like the Fallout series (editor’s note: planned for Amazon Prime Video). His priority remains the creation of Starfield and The Elder Scrolls 6, whose developments are not overshadowed by our recent announcement.

The man also evokes Starfield, announced at the same time as The Elder Scrolls 6. A game which seems to be at a standstill since 2018. As a reminder, this is an original project taking place in space, very far from an Elder Scrolls.

This reassuring post from Pete Hines should please a lot of players. Because at each new show, E3, Bethesda conference, the latter hope to finally see something concrete about The Elder Scrolls 6.

Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, let’s hope 2021 is the year of images revealed for the game, notably thanks to the recent releases of the PS5 and Xbox Series X / Series S.

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