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New Elder Scrolls Game In 2010? 130

Paul Oughton, publishing executive for Bethesda, spoke to GamesIndustry about the company's plans for the future, and his comments include some information about the next Elder Scrolls game. Quoting: "'At the moment we've got Fallout 3 for this year and potentially there's a new Elder Scrolls title in 2010,' said Oughton. 'At the moment we're not that interested in the Wii. We're going to stick to PS3, Xbox 360 and PC. We'll continue to pursue three or four titles a year and go for big titles,' he said of the company's publishing plans for the future."
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New Elder Scrolls Game In 2010?

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  • by sammyF70 ( 1154563 ) on Wednesday October 29, 2008 @09:42PM (#25564197) Homepage Journal

    On the other hand, at least they made it easy (very relative term here) for things like Oscuro to be made.

    I agree that vanilla Oblivion is a pretty boring game, but with the right community mods (those that made the game HARDER, not easier), it is still one of the best games to have ever been published.

    ... and I'm still waiting for my copy of Fallout3 to automagically appear in my mail :(

  • by dafrazzman ( 1246706 ) on Wednesday October 29, 2008 @09:53PM (#25564275)

    The trailer [] and the NAME have been out for a few months, I've seen some screenshots before but I can't find them now, but the best I could find was this [] MERRY CHRISTMAS.

    Looks like that trailer got leaked pretty early []. A whole year before the official trailer was released? Nice work pirates!

    Nice picture, too. I'm somewhat surprised that the only screenshot Bethesda has is of a mountain. Not to mention that it's hosted on imageshack. I guess they're really getting overloaded on the server.

    Merry Christmas and TYCLO

  • by Anonymous Coward on Wednesday October 29, 2008 @09:53PM (#25564281)

    Isn't it saying something that the saving grace for Morrowind and Oblivion were the fan-made mods? Neither were very good games, they were just easily moddable and had GOOD COMMUNITIES. It sort of baffles me that Bethesda is as successful as it is since it produces mediocre games.

    When I saw that Bethesda had bought the Fallout license a little part of me died inside. Luckily Fallout has a great and VERY dedicated community. So maybe once the community saves it, it'll be a game worth playing.

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