Fans who have been waiting patiently this past year in the hopes of more info being released at this year's E3 on Starfield or The Elder Scrolls VI will be disappointed to learn that Todd Howard has confirmed that nether of the games are "something we're going to be talking about".
Speaking at a panel at PAX East, Todd asked people to be patient and advised that the games are going to utilize new game engine technology that will require a lot more development.
It's going to be a long time. It's not something we're going to be talking about at E3, either of those games this year.
Starfield will be the first game that utilizes this new game engine, and development of The Elder Scrolls VI is something that won't really kick off until after Starfield's release, so it's going to be quite a while yet, certainly in TES VI's case.
Rumours are that both games are being geared towards the next generation consoles, which could put Starfield as far as two years away from release.
So it may prove to be another quiet E3 for Bethesda. Our very own James Heaney and Brandie Peters will be at the event this year covering all the action, so stay tuned to GameFront for more E3 news as it happens.