As we’re all marching through 2020 fast, we’re also approaching the release date of the long-awaited The Elders Scrolls 6. After Bethesda released an official announcement teaser two years ago, many fans began speculating online about what we can expect from the upcoming game.
It’s nine years since The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim hit the stores in 2011.
Bethesda made it available for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. Although it’s such an old game, it was a big hit that made the fans go wild in excitement. The main story for The Elder Scrolls 5 revolves around the Dragonborn character, on his quest to defeat Alduin the World-Eater, a dragon who wants to destroy the world.
The Elders Scrolls 6 shall make the fans forget about the fifth game
This is incredibly difficult considering how great was The Ender Scrolls 5 – compelling story, exciting gameplay, lots of powerful and mythical foes to battle, memorable soundtracks, and more. However, there’s a big hint that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be even better considering how long it has been (and still is) under production.
However, Bethesda wants to keep the silence and prolong the suspense until the game arrives, as it released a trailer that doesn’t say too much:
Todd Howard from Bethesda confirms that the developers are working hard for the upcoming game, but they also have full schedules with other games as well:
“We had done so many things, we were going Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Fallout… You have this Starfield game in your head, you sort of say, well, when? It can be never, you could say never. But look, we’re creative, and it’s like we have to make this game, and this is the time. So Elder Scrolls 6 is going to have to wait a little bit.”
The Elder Scrolls 6 Release Date
Judging by what Howard said with that “…Elder Scrolls 6 is going to have to wait a little bit”, we can conclude that the game is expected to arrive in the upcoming months or in 2021. The Elder Scrolls 6 will surely be a gaming blockbuster, and we can’t wait to see it running on various platforms.
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