The Elder Scrolls 6 is real and in development - but will only arrive somewhere in the future, after another new and mysterious game
The American Bethesda press conference, which is fast becoming one of the most prominent and important distributors in the entire gaming market, was packed with announcements of new titles as part of well-known brands: a new online mass headline in the world of Fallout, continued toDoom The most successful from 2016, a spin-off cooperative for Wolfenstein and even a mobile version of The Elder Scrolls series that managed to leave a positive impression. Along with all this, we also won the long-awaited announcement of a game that will be the first brand brand in 25 years (!) For the company - Starfield.
The name of the interstellar action-role-playing game has been circulating on the net for over five years, since she asked Bethesda List it as its commercial brand alongside Fallout 4, but only now have the company decided it's time to announce its existence publicly and officially - and that too through a short teaser video that doesn't really reveal anything new to us other than the game taking us into deep space and other stars. As a significant contrast to everything we saw and experienced in Fallout and Elder Scrolls.
Although two and a half years have passed since the last "real" new game was launched by the renowned development studio Bethesda - It seems that Starfield is still a long time from the launch, with the end of 2019 being probably the earliest date we can hope to see this mysterious piece in stores.
If you thought that this was the end of the surprises of Todd Howard and his people, think again - in the last moments of the press conference we also received approval and a teaser for the next game in the biggest role series of them all (and forgive us The Witcher). Which will be given the apt name The Elder Scrolls 6, most likely with some subtitle to be revealed somewhere in the future. This game will only be launched after Starfield, so despite official approval it looks like we have at least two more full years of waiting ahead of us, and probably more than that.
Hi - at least this is some small progress in the right direction.
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