The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim releases today on the Nintendo Switch, but a Tweet from Bethesda hints that it may not be the last Bethesda game brought to the console.
In a tweet directed at Iron Galaxy Studios, Bethesda Game Studios thanked the studio for its work on the Skyrim port—then mentioned that it “Look[s] forward to working together again.”
Special shout out to our development partners at @IToTheG for their great work on Skyrim Switch. Look forward to working together again!
— BethesdaGameStudios (@BethesdaStudios) November 17, 2017
Obviously, that’s not a very definitive statement. There are no mentions of direct future plans and no games made. However, it shows that Bethesda Game Studios is at least considering bringing more games over, and that’s a good sign that the Nintendo Switch has more Elder Scrolls or Fallout games in its future.
Several months ago, Bethesda’s Pete Hines also made reference to continuing more support for the Switch.
“We’re obviously excited about [Doom and Skyrim], but it’s not as if were going to just do these two games and that’s it,” Hines said at the time.
Since Switch Skyrim has only been out for a few hours, we’ll probably have a bit of a wait before Bethesda moves on to announcing its next project. Still, with this Tweet, it’s reassuring to know that a next project is indeed likely on the way.
Source: Bethesda Game Studios