We won’t see any some-more remasters of a Elder Scrolls games, Bethesda has confirmed.
Ever given Skyrim got a spruced-up Special Edition, fans have hoped that a comparison games—Morrowind and Oblivion especially—could get an coming ascent (especially given some of a terrifying NPC faces Oblivion produced). Sadly, Bethesda clamp boss Pete Hines has pronounced that some-more remasters aren’t partial of a plan.
“Skyrim [Special Edition] was some-more about a work that Bethesda Game Studios had finished in a early days of removing prepared for Fallout 4 on this era of consoles—moving a Skyrim engine and doing some work to run it on this era of consoles only to see how it worked, and so forth, before they started doing all their Fallout stuff,” Hines explained in an talk with Official Xbox Magazine UK (via GamesRadar). “It’s a many new thing they did.
“Plus a mod support on consoles that we did for Fallout 4—being means to move that to Skyrim seemed like a flattering cold idea. But these things take time, it takes bid and manpower. Generally speaking, a proceed has customarily been that instead of spending all this time on a thing we’ve already made, because don’t we instead spend that bid on something new, or on a subsequent chronicle of that thing?”
This “next version” sounds earnest for Bethesda’s swell on a subsequent Elder Scrolls game. Don’t design to that diversion to be out anytime soon, though. As of E3 2016, The Elder Scrolls VI was still a “very prolonged approach off.”