Todd Howard, Bethesda’s chief game creator, has confirmed that the next installment of the Elder Scrolls series, Elder Scrolls 6, won’t be revealed anytime soon. We’ll, that’s not good news, is it?
In an interview with IGN’s Geoff Keighley, IGN’s Geoff Keighley, Howard didn’t downplay the anticipation gamers have for the game, stating:
“[Elder Scrolls 6 is] kind of like the elephant in the room, always, when we talk about anything, and you know, I think it’s good in these moments to tell our fans yes, of course we are [working on it] – it’s something we love – but it is… you know, I have to be careful what I say, it’s a very long way off.”
In fact, we will see two new games from Bethesda before anything on Elder Scrolls 6 is revealed:
“And we actually have two other large projects we’re also doing that are bigger than anything we’ve done,” Howard explained. “People will probably hear about those probably even before Elder Scrolls VI. And that’ll make sense many years from now.
“We think very long term. We’re not a developer that’s going to rush something like this out. When you think about what is the future of that kind of game, we have a pretty good idea of what that’s going to be, and it’s just going to take technology and time we don’t necessarily have right now.”
While it’s good to hear that they won’t rush the game, the long wait is going to be downright painful. Some of us might just die…
The Elder Scrolls 6 can’t get here soon enough. Be sure to check out our E3 2016 section for all the news, videos, screenshots, interviews and much more from this year’s show.
New Xbox Is Four Times More Powerful Than Xbox One
It’s true — the new Xbox releases in 2020 with Halo and is leaps and bounds more powerful than the Xbox One.
The earlier leaks regarding the next-generation Xbox console’s power, release date and launch game were true.
At E3 2019, Microsoft confirmed that the new Xbox — codenamed “Project Scarlett” — sources its computing power from an Advanced Micro Devices chip that makes it four times more powerful than the Xbox One X.
It is able to show up to 120 frames per second (twice the speed of the average TV) and features a solid-state drive that allows games to load much faster than on older mechanical hard drives.
The new Xbox will be released during the 2020 holiday season, with Halo: Infinite as a launch title.
It is shaping up to give the PlayStation 5 a serious run for it’s money. Are you excited? What do you hope for?
Halo: Infinite Releases With New Xbox, Watch The E3 Trailer
Fans of Halo might shed a tear or two while watching the latest trailer.
E3 2019 brought us a new trailer for Halo: Infinite, as well as a release window for the game.
The sci-fi first-person shooter sees the return of Master Chief, and it takes the Halo franchise in” ambitious, unexpected directions.”
Seeing master chief resuscitated back to life to “finish the fight” will surely make quite a few hardcore Halo fans shed a tear. Watch the trailer and let us know what you think in the comments below…
Halo: Infinite will be released during holiday 2020 as a lunch title for the new Xbox console (AKA Project Scarlett).
Cyberpunk 2077 Stars Keanu Reeves, Releases April 16, 2020
It’s a pleasant surprise, to say the least. Are your surprised?
CD Projekt Red used E3 2019 to release a new Cyberpunk 2077 trailer that reveals Keanu Reeves as the main star.
Not only that, but the big-name Hollywood actor also stepped onto the stage after the trailer was shown to announce the long-awaited RPG ‘s release date.
Isn’t he such a wonderful man? Watch the trailer and let us know what you think…
Cyberpunk 2077 comes out on April 16, 2019. Are you happy to see Keanu Reeves as the main star?
Xbox “Scarlett” Can Do 120FPS And 8K, Releases Holiday 2020
Halo: Infinite could very well be a launch title.
Several leaks suggest might have revealed some titillating details about the Xbox Scarlett family of consoles, as well as the release window for Halo: Infinite.
According to leaker Sabi, Scarlett supports up to 120fps and is backwards compatible with all Xbox consoles of the past. The Elite Controller will apparently be “extra special.”
Finally, Halo: Infinite will supposedly be released during holiday 2020 as an Xbox “Scareltt” launch title.
Stayed tuned to GameTribute to see if any of this proves true, as well as for the latest video game news and trailers.
Check Out The New Doom Eternal Trailer
As expected, Doom Eternal looks crazy intense.
E3 2019 brought us two major videos of Doom Eternal — an official story trailer and some gameplay footage.
The story trailer (above) revels in the game’s weird and intense biblical imagery, while the gameplay footage (below) shows off its intense gameplay, flashy UI and wide array of collectibles.
A new multiplayer mode called Battlemode pits two player-controlled demons against a single player-controlled Slayer to see who’s the last one standing.
Bethesda also announced a big special edition of Doom Eternal that come with a wearable Slayer helmet and story DLC.
By the look of things, fans of Doom are in for more of what the love about the series. Doom Eternal releases on PC, Xbox One, Switch and PS4 on November 22, 2019.
Remastered Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition Coming in October 28
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim is coming to the Xbox One, PS4 and PC with better graphics.
During its E3 2016 conference, Bethesda confirmed the rumours that Skyrim is getting remastered for the PS4 and Xbox One.
The following trailer provides a comparisons between the original Skyrim and the Special Edition. Watch it and let us know if it makes you want to get it…
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition releases on October 28 for not only the Xbox One and PS4, but also for the PC. Anyone who owns a Steam copy of the original game and its add-ons can upgrade to the Special Edition for free.