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If You Want Bethesda To Stop Cashing In on Skyrim Ports, Stop Buying It: Todd Howard

We all are aware of the fact that Bethesda’s most popular title to this day is Skyrim and the company realizes this as well. That is why they have been cashing the love for Skyrim time and time again. At this point, the sheer number of ports are kind of becoming annoying but if someone is of the opinion that Bethesda should stop cashing in on their most popular title, then the studio head Todd Howard has something to say.

Even though The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the most loved names out there, few of the members in the gaming community are of the opinion that Bethesda is in a way manipulating the audience by giving them what they love again and again.

According to Howard, if anyone has an objection with the studio cashing in Skyrim they should just simply stop buying it.

Well, that is a convenient way to answer this specific question but it does have a logic attached to it. Although, that is the problem if people love something it does not entirely mean that, you have to keep feeding in the same thing over and over again. Sometimes fans are unaware of what else can be experienced, and perhaps the studio needs to realize that all good things, must come to an end.

Even now, the amount of people who play Skyrim seven years later — millions of people every month are playing that game. That’s why we keep releasing it. If you want us to stop releasing it, stop buying it.

Then again, Howard does seem to make a point that when the game will die out, the studio will automatically drop the title, but until then it would be unreasonable for the developers to drop the title.

That said, did you catch the announcement of a new addition, to the Elder Scrolls franchise at E3 2018? Although it was amazing, seems to be that the Elder Scrolls 6 alongside Starfield was perhaps announced, a bit too early.

That said, what are your thoughts about the Skyrim Title? Let us know what you think, in the comments below.

Source: venturebeat