The Elders Scrolls V: Skyrim is one of the most celebrated RPG video games of all time, as it was purchased and played by millions of players across an impressive number of devices.
Released in 2011 for Windows PCs, Xbox 360, and PS3, the game became an instant hit and received gleaming reviews from critics and players alike, who praised the beautiful open-world, excellent story, and new gameplay mechanics introduced by Bethesda Game Studios. The success of the title encouraged Bethesda to release an enhanced version for the PS4, Xbox One, Windows PCs, and Nintendo Switch.
The world of Elder Scroll 6
There are many speculations related to the setting of The Elder Scroll 6, and Bethesda has been quite keen on keeping the details a secret for now. Tow Howard has stated that the game is being built as an extensive experience that will offer an impressive amount of replayability, a goal achieved by Skyrim, which continues to be played nine years after its initial release date.
Several rumors were started when Bethesda began the process to receive a trademark for the term Redfall, with some fans arguing that it could be the name of a dangerous plague that is spreading across Tamriel, and which may have started in a region known as High Rock.
Won’t be available for a long time
Bethesda confirmed that it is working on The Elder Scrolls 6 with a short teaser trailer that was shared during E32018. The title is being developed with the next generation of consoles and Windows PCs, and the development process is quite complicated. Bethesda is still working on Starfield, a single-player science-fiction title that is also a new IP developed by the studio.
A high-ranking Bethesda employee has stated recently that The Elder Scrolls 6 is still in early development, and the process will take several years.
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