Pete Hines: The Elder Scrolls VI Won’t Be Announced At The Game Awards
The important event of The Game Awards will be held on December 8th and, as already confirmed by Geoff Keighley, during the event, there will be important announcements and they will also show the highly anticipated games, including, probably, Death Stranding by Kojima or either The Elder Scrolls VI.
But accordingly, Geoff Keighley revealed that during the Game Awards on December 8th the sixth episode of a great saga will be announced, a news that immediately started a series of speculations. The game in question could be the long-awaited title of The Elder Scrolls VI?
Definitely not, at least judging by the words of Pete Hines, Vice President PR and Marketing of Bethesda, who reiterated that The Elder Scrolls VI is still far away, so the time has not yet arrived for a presentation. Before discussing The Elder Scrolls VI, Bethesda will give priority to two other major unspecified projects.
This, therefore, puts an end to the speculation about a possible appearance of TES VI at the Game Awards. The title mysteriously quoted by the host of the show could be Soul Calibur 6, for which rumors have been leaked in recent weeks.
There are those who also speak of Grand Theft Auto VI, although this hypothesis seems decidedly unlikely. To be sure, all that now remains is to wait for this year’s edition of The Game Awards.
What do you think? What famous saga could this mysterious “sixth episode” belong to? Let us know in the comments below.
Well, we’ve already said it’s going to be a while and BGS have two other major projects first. So beating that dead horse does nothing and has nothing to do with MachineGames or our other devs
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) December 3, 2017
I think, perhaps, you’re confusing my comment some months ago about another Bethesda game this year. That game was DOOM for Switch. Bethesda, the publisher. Not BGS, the studio.
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) December 1, 2017