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Back in November 2011 when Bethesda introduced the fifth series of its action role-playing fantasy game, the gaming community was struck with a game so great and realistic that it changed the gaming world as we know it. The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim  was no doubt one of the greatest games released in the last ten years, winning numerous awards from multiple outlets and luring millions of gamers to the RPG world from across the world.

But it has been a several years since the game was released, and now rumor has it that The Elder Scrolls 6 is on a roll. We tried to snoop around to see what’s up with the sixth series and what gamers expect to see in the upcoming game.

New title?

As far as the title goes, the sixth series is debated to be entitled Skyrim 2. But some believed it will probably be named Reedwood or Argonia. There’s been a lot of speculations, but one thing is certain – the anticipated title is not coming anytime soon.

Hammerfell and more fascinating locations!

The series has taken us to the snowy mountains of Skyrim, the bleak Ashland of Morowind, and many other interesting locations, but still, we’ve seen only a fraction of the world where the game took place.

The game’s sixth installment could take us to new territories and give us lots of opportunities to explore the diverse and fascinating world of The Elder Scrolls. And one location which gamers out there will surely want to explore is the Hammerfell. In the Skyrim, we were introduced to the powerful elven empire of the Aldmeri Dominion which dominates the Tamriel continent, but we never really got the chance to deal with the Dominion because we’d been busy saving the world from the giant dragon. The Elder Scrolls 6 could give us the opportunity to do so. There’s nothing more interesting than having for a villain a bunch of arrogant and racist elves bent on world domination. And there’s definitely no better place to confront them than in Hammerfell (, a diverse place of deserts, grasslands and dry craggy mountains with plenty of cities spread across its land. Hammerfell will truly be great place for players to explore for hours.

We’re also looking forward to see Akavir and Yokuda. Majority of the Yokuda continent submerged into the ocean, so it would be interesting to go back in time and live through the cataclysm that ruined the region. Akavir meanwhile would offer us plenty of landmasses to explore, taking us to the lands of the demonic Kamal, the vampiric Tsaesci, the feline Ka Po Tun, and the monkey-like Tang Mo.