Bethesda Game Studios Director Addresses Potential Elder Scrolls TV Show Following Fallout Series Success
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Bethesda Game Studios Director Addresses Potential Elder Scrolls TV Show Following Fallout Series Success

Nathan Lees
Nathan Lees

As Bethesda Game Studios director and executive producer recently addressed the possibility of a TV show based on The Elder Scrolls following the success of Amazon's Fallout TV series, gamers are buzzing with excitement and curiosity.

In an interview with IGN at the premiere of the Fallout TV series in LA, Todd Howard mentioned the constant inquiries about an Elder Scrolls adaptation and how he has been saying no to them. However, he did not completely rule out the idea, suggesting that nothing is impossible when it comes to future projects.

Howard expressed his satisfaction with the Fallout series and how well it aligns with the high-quality work that the studio aims for. This positive experience has left everyone at the studio thrilled and eager to see what the future holds.

Amazon's Fallout live-action series has already premiered, receiving positive feedback. With news of a second season underway, the production will be relocating to California to take advantage of tax incentives provided by the California Film Commission.

The show's first season, starring Ella Purnell, Walton Goggins, and Aaron Moten, was primarily filmed in New York, with some scenes shot in Utah. The move to California for the next season marks a shift in filming locations for the series.

With the success of the Fallout TV series and the anticipation surrounding The Elder Scrolls TV show, it seems that Bethesda Game Studios has more exciting projects in the works for gamers to enjoy. Stay tuned for further updates as the gaming universe continues to expand into new and thrilling territories.


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