Bethesda has a “one-pager” for Fallout 5, but it’s still a long way off • Eurogamer.net

Starfield and Elder Scrolls 6 remain a priority.

As one of Bethesda’s largest and most beloved series, it’s not much of a revelation to hear that the company is already considering a new Fallout episode, but Director of Studies Todd Howard has now talked a bit about a potential new series post, confirming that while an idea exists, Fallout 5 is still a long way off.

Howard spoke to IGN as part of a retrospective for Skyrim’s 10-year anniversary, explaining that the studio currently has a “one-pager” for Fallout 5 that describes what it will do with the series. But the sci-fi adventure Starfield coming out next year and The Elder Scrolls 6 – which was still in its design phase from June this year – remain the studio’s priority, meaning it could take several years before working on the next Fallout begins in earnest.

When asked about the possibility of moving responsibility for a new Fallout to another studio – after all, Fallout: New Vegas developer Obsidian is now also within the Xbox Games Studios family – Howard only offered that “Fallout is really part of our DNA here “.

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“We have worked with other people from time to time,” he added. “I can not say what will happen … if I could wave my hand and have [Fallout 5] out, you know, I want to find a way to speed up what we do, but I can not really say today or commit to anything what’s going to happen when other than our cadence is Starfield then Elder Scrolls 6 “.

Meanwhile, of course, Fallout fans have the opportunity to dive into Fallout 76 – Bethesda’s troubled and rather divisive online multiplayer thanks to the post-apocalyptic series – which still manages to make headlines thanks in large part to a hugely dedicated and creative player base. Recently, for example, a theater group staged and streamed a 40-minute production of Macbeth live in the play, staged at a purpose-built venue after Shakespeare’s Globe.

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