Bethesda Starts Work On Its Next Project, Skyrim Will Still Be Supported

And it’s the end of an era. Bethesda has announced that it is now moving to its next adventure, meaning that the company responsible for the Elder Scrolls series may start working on a brand new title for the next-generation platforms. Or at least that’s what we hope for, as Bethesda has not unveiled anything yet about its next title.
As the company revealed on its official blog:
“For the last year and a half we’ve been working on new content for Skyrim; from the game updates, Creation Kit, Steam Workshop, Kinect support, to DLCs. Parts of our team have also been in pre-production on our next major project, and that game is at the point where it requires the studio’s full attention to make it our biggest and best work yet.”
Earlier this month, Bethesda has teased that 2013 would be a big year for Bethesda. Or at least it wouldn’t be as quiet as 2012 was. There is a lot of speculation about Bethesda’s next title, and a lot of gamers hope that a new Fallout game may come to fruition.
But what about Skyrim you ask? Well, Bethesda confirmed that it will keep supporting it.
“Even though we’re moving on, we’ll still have minor updates to Skyrim as needed. We’ve invested so much of ourselves into Skyrim and will never truly say goodbye to it.”
As a bonus, here is the old Game Jam video that was unveiled back in 2011!
The Elder Scrolls V : Skyrim - Game Jam 2011

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