The Xbox and Bethesda showcase removed the usual hype, but added some uncertainty

The Xbox and Bethesda showcase removed the usual hype, but added some uncertainty

During E3 2015, Bethesda announced Fallout 4 with a release date of five months later. Fallout 4 had been in full production for two years at the time, with a smaller team working on it over the course of the previous four, while the rest of the studio was fully involved in Skyrim. Fallout 4 managed to make it to its release date and came out on November 10 of that year.

Fast-forward to E3 2018, and Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls 6 with a 30-second video of some mountains and no date at all. We haven’t seen more yet, and we have no idea when we will. The two approaches to marketing couldn’t be more different.

Reference-www.pcgamer.com