Bethesda's Pete Hines loses patience with a fan


from Andreas Bertits
After almost nine years, fans of the RPG series The Elder Scrolls finally want to learn more about TES 6. But Bethesda's Pete Hines apparently can no longer hear the questions and lost patience with a fan.

When will The Elder Scrolls 6 announced? The fans of the role-playing series would like to know that. But Bethesda's Pete Hines recently said that it will take years.

When questions from fans annoy

When a fan cautiously asked if it was Sunday because the subreddit was going to freak out, Hines responded: "JFC, you guys are really impossible. Enjoy your disappointment!"

Not everyone thought the answer was good, and some even felt attacked and insulted. Some made fun of it and referred the phrase "Enjoy your disappointment" to Fallout 76. Others don't understand why Hines couldn't simply answer "yes" or "no".

The Elder Scrolls 6 (buy now) is still years from a release. And probably Bethesda still has to endure very many questions about the announcement. Maybe it would just be time to reveal more about the upcoming science fiction role-playing game Starfield. Maybe that could calm the players down a bit.

Source: Twitter

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