One of the most popular action role-playing game series is “The Elder Scrolls”. Now, the gamers are looking forward to know when Bethesda will finally release “The Elder Scrolls 6”.
In concordance with Ecumenical News, the “Elder Scrolls 6” might be announced sometime soon. However, we know Bethesda as being one of those developer companies that will keep things secret right until they unveil a game. They did the same with the Fallout 4 game and we’re pretty sure that they were quite surprised to see it released last year, as Bethesda didn’t reveal anything until the actual official announcement.
According to some rumors, the “Elder Scrolls 6” will most likely be announced by Bethesda during the E3 2016 event that will be held in Los Angeles during July 14-16, 2016. We remind you that in February 2016, Bethesda has officially announced that it will attend the annual event for video game developers and that it will host a press conference in June 2016.
According to reports, “The Elder Scrolls 6” game will be set in Argonia, which is one of the fictional regions in the “Elder Scrolls” world. Unfortunately, this was not confirmed yet by Bethesda, so we should take this news with a bit of salt.
We remind you that Bethesda has announced that they are currently hiring new developers for some new projects. According to AttackOfTheFanboy website, there are four positions available for this job, but we’re pretty sure that there are already many candidates for them.
However, if you are interested in joining the team, then you should know that the company is looking for a game developer, an engineer programmer and two graphics programmers. The company needs someone with experience in RPGs for computers and consoles.
According to some rumors, Bethesda is currently working on a DLC for the “Fallout 4” game and this is the reason why they are looking for four developers. However, other rumors say that the company will hire those four developers for a new project (maybe ESO 6?).
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