The anticipated continuation of the series will be coming after 2022's Starfield.
No new information, however.
Bethesda's Pete Hines took to Twitter to reassure fans.
The rumoured show is expected to be big budget as well.
That said, Todd Howard feels that it's hard to imagine the game not coming to PS5.
The Xbox boss hinted to how they plan on making the ZeniMax deal work for them.
Pete Hines tells fans to keep their undoubtedly lofty expectations in check.
Bethesda will be using photogrammetry to scan environments and people, including the famous YouTuber who plays their series.
Jeremy Soule confirmed that he isn't a part of this new project, but did leave the door open for the future.
Could it have something to do with Elder Scrolls VI?
Todd Howard clarifies the state of play for both games.
It's real and they're working on it, but that's all they're saying.
You won't see The Elder Scrolls VI anytime soon.
The dev teams "aren't just a vending machine."
Bethesda aren't even working on it yet.