Will Fallout and The Elder Scrolls return with remasters? Let's hear Todd Howard's answer

During an interview, Todd Howard was asked Fallout and The Elder Scrolls will return with remastersBut apparently Bethesda isn't working on such projects, instead focusing on development of The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield DLC.

According to journalist Jess Gordon's conclusions, Howard's words mean just that The rumored Fallout 3 remaster will never happenAnd there's no room for a remastered version of Oblivion, especially since these are titles that can still run on PC today.

current status, Bethesda is focused on the future of its most important franchisesThanks to the phenomenal success of the TV series available on the Prime Video streaming platform.

It's purely living intellectual property, Todd Howard explained: Developers work on new ideas, they think about it. Take advantage of Starfield's cutting-edge technology To create an even richer and more engaging Fallout experience.

Fall, but not only

As announced a few hours ago, Fallout 5 is still a long way off, and to put everything into perspective, the studio's focus is now on development. The Elder Scrolls VI is still in pre-production.

In this regard Howard suggested the possibility of the new chapter using the same technologies as Starfield. An extraordinary visual and structural department: Bethesda is well aware that fan expectations are high, so won't settle for anything less than absolutely exceptional.

Finally returning to Starfield, it was confirmed in the interview A very ambitious project to the company and will continue to grow in an effort to realize its full potential.

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