For all of you hoping to extend even further your Dragonborns’ tail through the world of Skyrim, you’re plum outta’ luck.
Today, Bethesda Studios announced via it’s blog post ‘Bethesda Blog’ that it will no longer be producing any DLC for Skyrim and continuing support for the game will only come through ‘minor updates’.
Since the games’ launch in the winter of 2011, Bethesda has produced three separate DLC expansions (Dawnguard, Hearthfire and Dragonborn) alongside this we’ve also seen a PC creation kit and Kinect support added to the PC and Xbox versions of the games respectively. We’ve even received the recent Legendary Mode. Yet the future to anymore expansions has come to a close, the reason being as said in the blog.
“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.”
There has been no official announcement as to what this ‘next major project’ may be, although rumors have long been circulating of a Boston based Fallout 4 being in production.
Although the announcement is disappointing, are we about see an announcement for a new Fallout game coming possibly this year? I, for one, sincerely hope so.