The Elder Scrolls VI is a hugely anticipated game that also happens to be shrouded in complete mystery. Part of that is intentional, as Bethesda Game Studios isn’t known to reveal too much about its games until they’re nearing launch. However, we’ve heard almost nothing about it since we got a very brief teaser for the game a few years ago, and players no longer interested in playing Skyrim for the 123rd time need something new at E3 2021. Here’s what we hope to see from The Elder Scrolls VI at E3 2021, should it make an appearance.
What We Know So Far
When The Elder Scrolls VI was announced at E3 2018, Bethesda’s Todd Howard made it clear that this will not be the next game his team releases. Instead, that will be Starfield, with The Elder Scrolls VI coming afterward. We somehow know just as little about Starfield right now, and it’s unclear when that game will release, meaning we’ll likely be waiting a few more years at minimum before we play The Elder Scrolls VI.
We don’t know for sure if The Elder Scrolls VI will release on competing consoles, but because Bethesda is part of the Xbox Game Studios family, it will be released on Xbox Game Pass at launch for Xbox and PC users. Director Todd Howard also says that it, along with Starfield, will use a . It’s unclear if this will be based on the aging Creation engine, which Bethesda has been using for years.
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