Hey, you won’t be telling them what games to make.

Pete Hines, PR, and marketing specialist at Bethesda commented that the company is well aware of fans expectations and criticism but that it is not a factor that will influence the policies and titles being worked on.

“Ultimately, we’re going to try and do the things that we think are the best for the games that we’re making, because that’s, honestly, all I can really control.

“I went to Todd [Howard, Skyrim creator] a couple of E3s ago and said ‘everybody’s going to ask us about The Elder Scrolls 6. You have to help me, you have to help me come out and say what the studio’s path is, and when The Elder Scrolls 6 is coming, to try and manage expectations’.”

He said that fans may be pestering them for Elder Scrolls 6 but the dev teams also want to see what their perspectives are and how they can go in different direction.

He gave Guerilla Games as an example talking Horizon Zero Dawn up and saying that a break from pattern gave the studio opportunity to spread their creative wings.