Placing current rumors to relaxation, Bethesda has requested followers to be affected person because it has no plans to carry The Elder Scrolls VI or Starfield to E3 2019.
Whereas discussing a brand new recreation engine at PAX East this week, Govt Producer Todd Howard mentioned:
That’s just a bit sneak peek on the expertise that we’ve been constructing. Persons are going to see [the tech] at first, really, in Starfield. And in order that tech may have just like the second model of it in The Elder Scrolls VI, and earlier than everybody asks, please be affected person. 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. And so endurance, please. However given the [Elder Scrolls] anniversary, we did need to give everyone a style.
Whereas this will likely come as a disappointment to some, Bethesda did carry one thing Elder Scrolls VI-related to PAX East. The developer introduced that 82-year outdated grandmother Shirley Curry, who is understood for her Skyrim movies, might be added to the sport as a non-playable character.
Throughout its panel, Bethesda mentioned its plans to make use of photogrammetry expertise to create highly-detailed 3D variations of real-life objects in video video games. Comparable expertise might be used so as to add Curry to The Elder Scrolls VI.
“This implies lots to me as a result of I’d be extraordinarily completely happy to know that any person else was enjoying with my character in a future Elder Scrolls recreation,” an excited Curry aka “Skyrim grandma” mentioned in a video. The joy carried over to Twitter, the place she shared a photograph of her Elder Scrolls t-shirt and wrote, “properly, since they made the announcement as we speak about me as a personality within the subsequent TES recreation, I can present my favourite factor I introduced away with me!”
[Source: GameSpot, Kotaku]