Bethesda chief and wearer of cool leather jackets Todd Howard has suggested that there's more to come from the software giant as far as Nintendo Switch is concerned.

Speaking to GameReactor while attending Gamelab in Barcelona, Howard was asked about Bethesda's plans for the Big N's hybrid powerhouse, and it sounds like something will happen at some point.

Just don't expect any mainline Fallout announcements for now, apparently. 

'Well, there’s definitely interest, [but] not something that we are exploring right now. We think that the Switch is a great platform. It was the first time we really worked closely with Nintendo on Skyrim - really, really great experience and we’ll certainly be doing things with the platform in the future, but right now it’s not a mainline Fallout 4,' said Howard.

Bethesda certainly has its hands full right now. The company announced a slew of new projects at E3, including Starfield, The Elder Scrolls Blades, and The Elder Scrolls VI.

Some of those are a long way off though, particularly Elder Scrolls VI, which is still in the pre-production stage

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