Todd Howard confirmed the information at PAX East 2019.
Bethesda has confirmed that it’s going to not be discussing both The Elder Scrolls 6 or Starfield at E3 2019.
Through the Bethesda Recreation Days stream at PAX East 2019, Todd Howard cautioned followers hoping for extra particulars on two of essentially the most anticipated video games within the trade that they would want to attend a bit longer.
“Earlier than everybody asks, please be affected person,” Howard stated. “It’s going to be a very long time. It’s not one thing we’re going to be speaking about at e3, both of these video games, this 12 months. Endurance, please.”
Each The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield had been introduced at E3 2018, though little or no particulars got of both besides that these could be brand-new ‘next-gen’ video games, one of some we already imagine are in growth for the brand new methods.
Nonetheless, there was some excellent news for followers who’ve been petitioning for Shirley “Skyrim Grandma” Curry to be immortalized in The Elder Scrolls 6, as a video in honor of the 25th anniversary of the Elder Scrolls collection confirmed (across the eight:40 mark beneath) her existence within the upcoming title.
Shirley even tweeted out her go to to the studio with Todd Howard alongside the announcement being formally revealed, displaying her extraordinarily excited and grateful for the chance Bethesda provided her.
Properly, since they made the announcement immediately about me, as a personality within the subsequent TES recreation …I can present my favourite factor I introduced away with me!!! pic.twitter.com/lIoEJ3tz83
— Shirley Curry (@ShirleyScurry) March 29, 2019
Whereas we all know that we cannot be seeing Starfield, The Elder Scroll 6, or PlayStation at E3 this 12 months, we do have a couple of confirmed video games that shall be making an look, together with Cyberpunk 2077, Doom Everlasting, and Halo Infinite.
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