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Bethesda Softworks recently had the media travel to check out Fallout: New Vegas, Rage and Hunted: Demon's Forge. There was no talk about the future of Elder Scrolls or what Fallout 3 producer Todd Howard is doing next. We likely won't hear about it at E3, either, the company recently told Joystiq.
"I just don't think E3 is a great place to announce anything," explained Bethesda VP of PR and marketing Pete Hines to the site. "It's just so much stuff going on that it tends to get lost, so I think we tend to try and go outside of that window for new announcements."
Hines didn't rule out the idea that Bethesda's plans could change, but insinuated it was more likely the company's next steps would be revealed at QuakeCon or another Bethesda-specific event.
QuakeCon is an annual gathering of id Software fans, where the studio typically releases new details on its upcoming games. id Software is now owned by ZeniMax Media, however, the same company who oversees Bethesda. It's likely QuakeCon will become a much bigger, multiple studio encompassing event going forward. QuakeCon 2010 is scheduled for August 12 through August 15 in Dallas, Texas.