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Skyrim DLC teased by Bethesda?

What's Bethesda about to reveal? The company, which has promised new announcements regarding Skyrim and Rage this month, today tweeted an image (via VG 24/7) of an unhappy-looking, dirt-encrusted gent standing against a black backdrop with the caption, “Tomorrow.” Admittedly, “Tomorrow” could just be the day our poor guy gets a long-overdue shower, but it's more likely to relate to a videogame, so let's get speculatin'!

Bethesda's got more than just Skyrim on the go: as mentioned, the company's also teased new content for the id-developed Rage, as well as future projects like Dishonored and the rumored Elder Scrolls RPG. However, the image certainly looks plenty like Skyrim, the first-party title that's commanded the lion's share of fan chatter since Bethesda released it last year to great acclaim and countless arrows in innumerable knees. Accordingly, we'll stand with the rest of the Internet in suspecting that the announcement could well relate to the company's dragon-shouting, bucket-heading extravaganza. Keep an eye here for further announcements.

9 comments

  • The_Tingler - April 17, 2012 8:23 a.m.

    It's Dishonored. Trailer out now, looking rather sweet.
  • IcePotato - April 17, 2012 1:22 a.m.

    John Marston confirmed for Skyrim DLC.
  • mbavalo - April 17, 2012 10:02 a.m.

    i use to believe such rumors, until i took an arrow to the knee
  • Jwlpo - April 16, 2012 9:56 p.m.

    Fallout 4 possibly?
  • ObliqueZombie - April 16, 2012 6:45 p.m.

    Hey wait a minute, isn't Elder Scrolls already an RPG? :P This is great news! I'll be eagerly awaiting the announcement, for whichever game it's about, it's gonna be good. I haven't played Rage yet, but I plan to when I get PC in a month or so. Looked great, and the reviews said as much. Also: what is the definition of "First Party" titles? I always suspected it was a title developed by the developer of the console it was for, but I'm probably half-right or completely wrong. Clarification for my sake, please?
  • archnite - April 17, 2012 5:26 a.m.

    Usually it gets used for the console companies (Microsoft, Sony, ect.) when they are publishing a title for their specific system that has been developed by a company under their ownership. But here they they could be referring to Bethesda (or its parent company ZeniMax) publishing titles developed by Bethesda (Elder Scrolls, Fallout, ect.) and ID (RAGE, DOOM, QUAKE, ect.) all of which it Zenimax owns and are publishing. or it could be a typo?
  • haxxoromg - April 16, 2012 5:16 p.m.

    i think you probably meant "Elder Scrolls MMORPG" since, as far as i know, the elder scrolls are all already rpg's. and ya that pic does look like a polished version of a skyrim screenshot.
  • DictatorStan - April 16, 2012 4:46 p.m.

    Hoping for an expansion in Morrowind or Hammerfell, seeing as I believe both regions are visible while no-clipping. Also Tom, it's the rumored Elder Scrolls MMO. Not a big deal but just thought I'd let you know.
  • jackthemenace - April 17, 2012 7:53 a.m.

    That'd be brilliant, come to think of it- something as expansive as The Shivering Isles would be amazing, especially with Skyrim's graphics and the like, and it'd probably be nice for people that've played the older games who'd like to return. Problem is, something THAT big would take such a long time to make, even with the engine already developed and stuff- I think it might just be a pipe-dream.

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