All that fans have been hearing from Bethesda’s two biggest franchises during the past few years has been the endless Skyrim re-releases, ESO content, and also the transformation of Fallout76 into something that’s only resembling an actual game.
On the other hand, Bethesda’s next two massive projects have been kept in total secrecy. We’re referring to Starfield, which is a kind of new sci-fi adventure and Elder Scrolls 6.
Bethesda has already said directly that we would definitely be hearing nothing about either one of the games for the rest of 2020. But, Pete Hines responded to a tweet tagging him about the game, and here’s what he had to say. It will definitely disappoint game enthusiasts.
Peter Hines addresses the game
It’s after Starfield, which you pretty much know nothing about. So if you’re coming at me for details now and not years from now, I’m failing to properly manage your expectations.
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) May 10, 2020
People were obviously not happy to get this answer.
Someone said: “This is pretty much how he has operated since the whole fallout 76 thing. People are rightfully calling Bethesda out for a multitude of issues, and instead of soul searching, we get this shit.”
Another Twitter user had this to say:
It’s all love Pete! Don’t sweat it… your games have just captivated so many.
But obviously hope you’re all keeping safe and well during quarantine as that’s the most important thing right now!
P.S. Todd at Pax East 2019. A definitive NO STARFIELD THIS YEAR should do the job.
— Error: Page not found. (@ErrorPagenotfo2) May 11, 2020
In other news, it’s been just revealed that Elder Scrolls Online: Greymoor comes this May with the brand new Antiquities system that will be centered around finding artifacts.
Players are looking forward to this new and exciting feature that’s coming with the upcoming Greymoor chapter.