Todd Howard: Another Third-Party Fallout Game “Less Most Likely”, Doubts Morrowind or Fallout 1 Remasters Will Happen

While the Fallout community has the tendency to polarize between perfectionists who think Fallout 1 and 2are the pinnacle of the franchise while others think Fallout: New Vegas is the very best entry of the franchise, it looks like Bethesda isn't keen on letting a third-party studio manage their financially rewarding IP again.The news originates from an interview with living god and hero Todd Howard and The Guardian, where the Bethesda manager stated while they liked Fallout: New Vegas, they're probably going to keep development on the franchise internal moving forward.

"I wouldn't state never ever," Howard said." [] now that our company is so big, it's constantly much better to keep stuff internal ... it becomes less most likely, however I might never ever say never ever. I thought the Obsidian people did a magnificent task."

"I more than happy that you can play Morrowind now on an Xbox One, as it's backwards compatible. I'm truly happy that Microsoft, Sony, Nintendo and others are making it simpler for people to play [older games] as they were dipped into the time. I in fact prefer that over remasters," he stated. "I 'd rather you play Morrowind the way it was ... I believe the age is part of its identity.

"For Skyrim Remastered, we had actually done some deal with it however it was currently quite visually close. But for something like Morrowind, my personal preference is not to remaster it. We [] get asked a lot to remaster [1997's] Fallout 1, and I typically say, if you have a PC you can play Fallout the way it was. I believe that's how it must be. I believe streaming innovation is definitely coming, and it's going to make individuals's access to video games definitely easier. You have actually seen it take place to music and motion pictures and I think it's a fantastic thing."

While Howard's stance on internal development is mostly spot on, spin-off titles like The Senior Scrolls Online (Zenimax Online Studios, although they are owned by Bethesda's parent company) and Fallout Shelter (Behaviour Interactive) have actually done well and mostly fallen in line with their existing IPs.Bethesda's next big internally established video games include: Fallout 76, Starfield, and even The Elder Scrolls VI. Huge Papa Overlord at Specific Niche Player. Italian. Father.

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