So many people been wondering if theres any chance of some kind of multiplayer coming to Skyrim in the future.... well.......its apparently never going to happen according to an interview with Bethesda. Hoping one day you'd be able to explore the fables of The Elder Scrolls with your buddies? Unfortunately it looks like you might just have to keep dreaming. Speaking with Joystiq, the man behind the Elder Scrolls, Todd Howard, explained why he won't be turning the series into an MMO anytime soon. On a positive note, Howard also revealed that Bethesda wouldn't be removing any amusing glitches that might turn up in the final build of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Wait why is this good news? Read on and find out!

Speaking about why the series will remain a solitary experience, Howard explained quite simply that ""I like this kind of game better". Further to the reasoning, Howard explained his opinion on MMO gaming: "You know, it's what most of us are into. I'm not really an MMO guy. I respect them, I look at them, but I don't play them. It feels more real to me when I'm the hero and it's crafted for that. A community aspect to it, I recognize a lot of people would want that in a game like this, but it changes the flavor for me." Howard's personal tastes are significant in leading the direction of the series. As the director behind one of Bethesda Softworks' biggest properties, Howard carries a lot of weight: "The audience we have for our kind of thing is big enough that we don't have to tone it down. We can just do our thing, and it's kind of grown with each game. So there was no pressure from anybody above me to say 'Hey, you need to change this.'" In the interview, Howard also commented on the glitches that racked up views on YouTube following the release of The Eleder Scrolls IV: oblivion: "We try to solve most of it, we're sensitive to a lot of it. There is a subset of that where we say 'Well, that's what can happen.' If there's entertainment value in that, whatever it is, we'll leave a lot of it. If it's gonna break the game, or unbalance the game in some way, we do try to solve it. If the solution is gonna make the game less fun ... well, hey, leave it in," So why not polish these fixes post-release? Howard responded with a smile, stating quite simply "It's their game."

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But Dont worry my friends....... there will be an MMO on Fallout......I think.....