Starfield, Bethesda’s new RPG series, is Bethesda Game Studios’ “most hardcore” project to date. Todd Howard, executive producer of the study, acknowledges that they already have ideas for an eventual Fallout 5, but right now the priority chain puts its new space opera and the successor to Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls VI. We won’t see it in the short term.
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In statements to IGNTodd Howard hasn’t shied away from the question, but he does alert his community that there are a number of ongoing projects that lie ahead of Fallout’s next major iteration, which since Fallout 76 in 2018 has undergone a new conceptual approach that it did not finish dazzling the general public.
Starfield, a Skyrim in space; available November 2022
With Fallout 5 they already have a draft with ideas about “what we want to do”, but times rule: “[…] I’d like to find a way to speed up what we do, but really I can’t say or commit to anything today, or when it’s going to happenApart from saying that our cadence is Starfield and then Elder Scrolls 6 ”, he emphasizes convinced. Fallout 4 hit stores in November 2015 and was established as the last major numbered installment in a series that will surely seek new horizons in the future.
Returning to Starfield, this new intellectual property is felt as a “now or never” project. They had the tools, the resources, and the desire to foray into a space saga with features and structure similar to that of Skyrim.
Starfield It is currently in full development with the aim of launching globally on November 11, 2022 on Xbox Series and PC; from day one on Xbox Game Pass. In case there is any doubt: it is not a temporary exclusive, it will only be released on Xbox and PC.