Bethesda has invited some gamers to play test "one of our games" at Id Software this week.
In emails sent out to players, and captured by Reddit, Bethesda did not reveal which title would be available for participants. You can check out the email below.
Bethesda Softworks would like to invite you to come in and play test one of our games. The session will take place at id Software.
We have the following days and times available: · Wednesday, December 4, 2013 @ 1:30 PM · Wednesday, December 4, 2013 @ 5:30 PM · Thursday, December 5, 2013 @ 5:30 PM
Each session will last about 3.5 hours. You can only participate in one session, but you may indicate alternate times and dates in your reply.
You must provide your own transportation to our office in Richardson, TX. To participate in the play test, you must bring a valid government issued photo ID evidencing that you are at least 18 years old on the date of the play test. We will provide snacks and drinks during the session.
Please do not bring any of the following items to the play test: · Cameras or video cameras · Audio recording devices · Laptops or tablets · Storage devices of any kind
Please reply with the following information if you are interested in participating in a session: · First and Last Name: · Email Address: · Phone Number: · Date of Birth: · Preferred Time and Date:
All sessions fill up quick, so please reply promptly so you can get scheduled for your preferred time. Requesting to participate is not a guarantee that you will be scheduled. You will receive a confirmation email with directions to the office if you get scheduled for a play test.
We look forward to seeing you in a session.
Bethesda Softworks Play Testing Department
While the play testing is taking part in Id that doesn't necessarily mean the game in question isn't being developed elsewhere in Bethesda Softwork's studios.
Confirmed titles coming from Bethesda include The Evil Within, Wolfenstein: The New Order, and a "new version" of Doom 4 from Id. There's also been a lot of talk lately of Fallout 4 most of which is likely untrue but we can always hope. There's also the possibility that the game is something else entirely.
Id was hit last month by the departure of co-founder John Carmack who left to focus on the Oculus Rift. He recently said that it's up to Sony whether or not the sensor comes to the PS4 but Carmack is "not holding my breath".