Wed, Aug 07, 2013 | 06:54 BST
Bethesda would be happy with just one “premium” release a year
Bethesda isn’t aiming to become a mass publisher, according to marketing and PR vice-president Pete Hines.
Speaking with Joystiq at QuakeCon, Hines said Bethesda doesn’t have an aggressive growth-for-growth’s-sake strategy.
“It’s not a situation where we set out to say ‘Well, we need to be acquiring studios at this level,’ or ‘We need to be a 10,”‘ he said.
“We know for sure that we don’t want to be a publisher that is publishing 20 to 30 games a year, that’s not who we are.
“We’re more about fewer premium titles and putting our full attention behind those, and if it’s one a year, or two a year, or three a year or four a year, what’s most important is backing the best bets, putting our full support behind those and making them great. And then, do it again.”
Bethesda’s current known line-up includes Wolfenstein: The New Order, The Evil Within, and The Elder Scrolls Online, all due in 2014, and more tenuously, Doom 4 and Prey 2.