Three months ago, it was reported by Bethesda that the next installment for the RPG series, “The Elder Scrolls”, is not yet in the development stage. However, just barely a month after, rumors of TES being released circulated, although the exact date is still unclear.
In fact, it might be still years from now. With Bethesda having completed the Fallout 4 post-release support as well as the chapters on this themed game, gamers are now hopeful that the developers will not waste time to get back to the drawing board and work on “The Elder Scrolls 6”.
While there had already been a confirmation of TES 6 happening, the release date is still far from coming. It is said that Bethesda has to work on two major projects first before concentrating on a next installment for the popular RPG game.
Despite the absence of a release date, there have been talks about the features of the game as well as its improvements. There have been reports that the developing team is looking at exploring virtual reality, albeit there was no official statement about “The Elder Scrolls 6” being a VR-augmented game. Other features include Settlement and Guild Management inclusions in the game.
In the meantime, The Sims’ followers will just have to keep themselves distracted with the remastered version of Skyrim which is due in October. With Bethesda known for its four-year release intervals and with the latest in the RPG series, “The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited” released in 2015, the next installment should be expected in 2019.
However, despite the clarifications of Vice President of PR and Marketing, Pete Hines and Chief Game Creator Todd Howard, that completion and even development of TES 6 is still far from reality, there are rumors that “The Elder Scrolls 6” will be out in 2018.
Meanwhile, reports of a TES 6 mobile game were also released but then again, nothing is definite yet.
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