Bethesda director says no Elder Scrolls 5

Todd Howard, executive director of Bethesda Softworks, gave a keynote at QuakeCon where he talked about Fallout 3, id Software, and took some questions. He didn’t reveal a lot of information about their upcoming projects, and said nothing of Fallout: New Vegas, but he did let one tid-bit out: there are no current plans for Elder Scrolls 5. He did say there is “always a chance” of an Elder Scrolls MMO however, which could very well be the “new Elder Scrolls title” that Bethesda’s publishing executive Paul Oughton said would arrive in 2010.

Howard also confirmed that Mothership Zeta was indeed the last of the Fallout 3 DLC.