Bethesda is fully focused on its forthcoming action, rpg game Fallout 76 which is scheduled for release later this year. The developers have discussed many aspects of the game along with gameplay trailers so that the gamers will have an idea what they will be getting to experience when the game launches.

As we all know that the Fallout 76 is a full multiplayer experience, most of us were wondering about the next projects from the studio and whether they will include single-player aspects of the game or not.

During the recent interview with German website GameStar, the executive producer Todd Howard while answering the questions about the next projects responded that their focus will be on including the single-player experience for the fans. By projects, he referred to the Starfield, The Elder Scrolls 6 and the next Fallout game. Here’s what he said;

“For those games, we want to keep them as single player. That is what our focus is going to be. If they have some social aspect we haven’t designed yet, you’ll see. But we treat each of them each as their own thing.”

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It is good that the studio hasn’t abandoned the single-player campaign mode and wants to maintain both the different modes separately. All the previous Fallout games included the single-player campaign mode, except the new 76, which is centered to the online experience. Whereas the game will be having new landscape generation tool and lighting system as compared to the previous installment in the franchise.

Bethesda did the same with Elder Scrolls with a separate online game for multiplayer experience, while previous games having the single-player mode only. The Elder Scrolls 6 will also be focused on the single-player experience.

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Fallout 76 is due on November 14th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One. Stay tuned for more updates!

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