Bethesda reveals Fallout 4 development started by porting The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to Xbox One
The game director of Fallout 4 freshly revealed that the game’s development was based on adaptation of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to Xbox One. Now, does this announcement specify any prediction of a good role playing game on next generation consoles?
Available for a few years, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is an excellent role playing game from Bethesda Softworks. A persistent rumor revolves around a port of this game on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but the American publisher did not provide a clear answer on this.
It is through the website Game Informer we learn that a version of Skyrim for Xbox One exists. Indeed, the development of Fallout 4 began with porting The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim to Microsoft’s latest gaming console Xbox One.
According to the words of Todd Howard, game director for Fallout 4, this has been carried out in relation to exercise the development team to handle this platform. By extension, Howard has hinted assuming a launch of Skyrim on Xbox One, saying “do not get carried away yet.”
Also, it is likely that Bethesda Softworks makes a future announcement on that, but the company is focused for now on the launch of Fallout 4 to be held on November 10th, 2015 on PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
It should be also noted that Skyrim is a highly sought title in the list of 100 backward compatible games on Xbox One which will be unveiled on November 9. We will know the future of the fifth installment of the saga “The Elder Scrolls” at that time but Bethesda does not seem determined to make a commercial port yet.