Bethesda has no intention of releasing an Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim demo.
That's according to lead producer Craig Lafferty, who told Gameplanet in a video interview: "No, we won't be doing a demo.
"For a game of this size and complexity it's really hard to do a demo that represents the game truly, and it would be a gigantic demo, so we won't be doing a demo."
Having already waited five years since the launch the last Elder Scrolls game, Oblivion, we can just about hold out until Skyrim's November 11 release on PS3, 360 and PC.
Bethesda said earlier this month that it isn't dumbing down Skyrim in order to attract a bigger fanbase, with design director Todd Howard reasoning that the company has "found that we're getting a pretty big audience making a game that we want to make".