At this time, no specific release date has been set for The Elder Scrolls VI: Skyrim. Except for a few tiny tidbits, that’s the only concrete information we have regarding the widely awaited sequel. As early as mid-June, Tom Howard of Bethesda announced that Fallout 5 would follow Elder Scrolls 6, which he also said was pre-production.
There will be no new Elder Scrolls game until at least 2019. Bethesda is hard at work on the imminent release of the space-faring RPG Starfield. Thus, this project has had few (if any) updates. Expect a long time for a Skyrim sequel after Howard mentioned to IGN that Bethesda has “some other projects” that may take up their time in the next few years, so expect a long wait.
At the beginning of 2020, Microsoft acquired Bethesda for $7.5 million, and last year, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer confirmed the next Elder Scrolls game may be an Xbox exclusive, which has had fans up in arms ever since. We don’t know for sure now, so PlayStation gamers should hold their breath.
While we await further information, we’ve compiled a list of all we know about the Elder scrolls.
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The Elder Scrolls 6 Features And Mods
There were a lot of platforms where you could play Skyrim, and finally, it became a virtual reality game. Our vote for the most excellent virtual reality game (opens in new tab). So we wouldn’t be surprised if The Elder Scrolls 6 builds on that and delivers a more sophisticated and dynamic virtual experience for folks with powerful PCs and some of the most excellent VR gear you can buy.
For the first time since the game’s debut in late 2011, Skyrim may still seem like a new experience nearly a decade later because of the mod community’s support. Installing mods in Skyrim on PC is now a piece of cake, thanks to Steam Workshop support for third-party modules. A similar level of mod support would be reasonable for The Elder Scrolls 6. As for next-generation platforms like the Nintendo Switch 2, we’d want to see some kind of mod support for the game.
Were Bethesda to succeed in creating a captivating open-world game with an excellent story and innovative gameplay mechanisms to go along with it, The Elder Scrolls 6 would be a worthy successor to Skyrim. For now, we’ll just have to wait and see how the game develops before we can give you an idea of what to expect.
Elder Scrolls 6 Gameplay And Plot
We don’t know what to expect until we see gameplay from The Elder Scrolls 6. A vast open-world game is promised, allowing players to roam mountains, dungeons, and abandoned fortresses and towers at their leisure.
A more compelling plot is expected in Elder Scrolls 6 than in Skyrim, but some of the side missions have already impressed me. Make use of the side missions included in Red Dead Redemption 2 and The Witcher 3, which are integral to the main story. The game could use more dynamic combat and spell casting.
It would be equally futile to be able to build a stronghold or make a permanent mark on the open world. It is possible that if you plant a tree, it will ultimately grow. NPC repetition is also expected to be addressed by Bethesda in some fashion. Guards boasting of their former roles as adventurers before being shot in the legs by arrows should be ignored.
As a result, Bethesda created the Dishonored series, which the Elder Scrolls 6 development team used as a source of inspiration. Additionally, we’d like more freedom of movement in the open space so that we may use our swords and fireballs on our enemies. The Elder Scrolls 6: Oblivion is expected to significantly improve over its predecessors, carrying the series forward.
Powerful consoles like the Xbox One X and PlayStation 5 are already available, and gaming PCs will follow suit soon. There are high expectations for the visual quality of The Elder Scrolls 6. Once the game is released, we can expect a flood of stunning cityscapes and panoramas to be shared on social media.
That is all types of insane before Modern Warfare 2, before Warzone 2, before Warzone Mobile, before Diablo IV releases, before Overwatch 2’s release, before Starfield and Elder Scrolls 6. Microsoft and Xbox is going to be something real scary.
— Senjutsu Sage (@SenjutsuSage) July 31, 2022
Elder Scrolls 6 Release Date Speculation
The release date of The Elder Scrolls VI is still up in the air. The game may have been formally announced, but there is no timetable for when it will be available. Michael Pachter, a well-known analyst, projected in 2016 that The Elder Scrolls 6 would be released in 2017; however, he was wrong.
Tyler McVicker, an industry insider, predicted in 2021 that The Elder Scrolls VI will not be released until at least 2026-2027. Mainly, this can be attributed to the upcoming Starfield in 2023.
Elder Scrolls 6 Trailer
The entire trailer hasn’t been released yet. However, at E3 2018, The Elder Scrolls Upcoming teaser trailer was shown. Check out the following video.