Vice president of PR and marketing at Bethesda Softworks Pete Hines has stated that he would like to see his company release more games in a year. Speaking with MCV, Hines said that the seven studios that comprise Bethesda Softworks were finally learning how to work together on top of becoming more consistent.
“We are pretty aware of who we are and we ultimately want to build to a point where we are doing three or four big titles a year,” he said in the interview. “I would prefer not to be in the same place we were in in 2011, where we had four titles and then went super quiet. I want to avoid that.”
To clarify his wish for more games in a year, Hines went on to say that pumping out huge numbers like eight or ten games in a year was not the company’s style and would not be the goal. Instead, the company wishes to avoid future droughts of Bethesda titles.
Bethesda Softworks currently owns Bethesda Game Studios, id Software, Tango Gameworks, MachineGames, Arkane Studios, ZeniMax Online Studios, and Battlecry Studios. As of right now, the known upcoming games are Fallout 4, Doom, Dishonored 2, and BattleCry. For more on all things Bethesda, keep checking back with Gamespresso.