So don't hold your breath for a proper gameplay reveal for either of them anytime soon.
One can always dream but the chances of these games appearing at E3 2019 are slim.
Fallout 76 director also wants Starfield to be his "be all, end all science fiction game."
Both parties have "amicably resolved" the matter in a "mutually beneficial" fashion.
Bethesda recently gave fans a very tiny taste of what they can expect from the upcoming RPG's visuals.
It’s going to be a hell of a long wait for these games, folks.
So does this mean it IS going to be called Redfall?
DOOM Eternal will receive an in-depth look, though "much, much more" is being teased.
Sci-fi author Jay Falconer, writer of post-apocalypse series "Redfall", is opposing's ZeniMax's trademark application for the same name.
Oblivion and Skyrim composer says his involvement would hinge on "a creative decision" on Bethesda's part.
Industry analyst Michael Pachter believes people will likely look at Fallout 76 as a blip.
I’m not a professional analyst, but I’m going to go out on a limb and say that this is extremely unlikely.
"It gets in front of a lot of the questions that we knew people were going to ask," says Bethesda's Pete Hines.
Bethesda has been working with Sony and Microsoft to make sure their visions for the next generation are on the same page.
"You definitely notice the age of the Creation Engine," says modder Kyle Rebel.
Bethesda's Pete Hines also delves deeper into the announcements of both upcoming games.
Matt Furor of ZeniMax Online Studios says "it's not coming anytime soon".
We're in for a wait with these two games, folks. Though I guess we already knew that.
Is this what the megaton sequel will be called?
Now we can move from asking about when they will announce it to asking about when they will release it.