While there is no Elder Scrolls 6 release date, we finally have our first official look at the game, courtesy of a brief preview. The official trailer for Elder Scrolls 6 opens with the classic musical motif of the series and a panoramic shot of some mountains before the logo appears, confirming that The Elder Scrolls 6 is real.
The point is that we have been spinning our thumbs like good little Dovahkiins since we ventured into the world of Skyrim for hundreds of hours in 2011. We may have already been spoiled for the excellent games in the series, but frankly, we deserve Something fresh. It will also be fresh for a while after the launch: Bethesda’s director says that we will be sinking our teeth in the game of The Elder Scrolls 6 “for at least a decade.”
Now, at least, we know that TsES 6 is coming and, given Skyrim’s success, that is no surprise. So we have begun to discover the latest news from Elder Scrolls 6 and the details of the game, with a generous amount of speculation to a large extent. Here is everything we know about The Elder Scrolls 6, from the configuration and features of the game, to when we could have it in our hands.
THE ELDER SCROLLS 6 TRAILER
Before continuing with all the juicy news and rumors, here is the Elder Scrolls 6 trailer. Judging from the ground, it seems that TES 6 is taking us to Hammerfell, home of the Red Guard people, or High Rock, which This is where the Breton breed comes from.
THE ELDER SCROLLS 6 NEWS
We haven’t heard much news from Elder Scrolls 6 in a long time, and Todd Howard knew that fans would be restless in the period before E3 2019. Unfortunately, there were no ‘one more’ style announcements that would leave us speechless like last year. , so Howard disappointed us early during the Bethesda E3 2019 conference. That said, he stressed that the company is still “working hard” on The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield. Ah well, there is always next year,
Also the recent resolution of a licensed legal dispute excited fans. A series of problems around the Elder Scrolls 6 Redfall trademark came to an end when Bethesda’s parent company, Zenimax, and BookBreeze publisher reached a friendly agreement. In September 2008, Zenimax sought to mark the term “Redfall”, but collided with the series of the same name by Jay Falconer. Fortunately, everything has been clarified, otherwise, the future of the entire game could have been threatened.
We also know that YouTuber Shirley Curry, better known as ‘Skyrim Grandma’, will be an NPC in The Elder Scrolls 6. Bethesda revealed the news during the broadcast of the 25th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls after a request from an admirer accumulated 49,322 signatures To do that happens.
We’ve known a dispute about the Redfall trademark for a long time, and Bethesda’s parent company, ZeniMax, registered for the brand last year. Many believe that this will be the title of The Elder Scrolls 6 based on the time of ZeniMax registration and a possible connection with the Redguard race that comes from Hammerfell. However, it has recently been revealed that the final date for the trademark dispute is August 2020, so we may be waiting for some time for that release date.
Another crumb of Elder Scrolls 6 news comes courtesy of Skyrim composer Jeremy Soule, who went to Facebook to announce that he was not currently involved with The Elders Scrolls 6. Of course, this does not mean that Bethesda will not bring Soule on board at a later date, but it is interesting that he is not currently involved; it could be that Bethesda is looking for a new sound or that they are too early in development to think about music.
There is also an interview between Pete Hines and VGR, which explains exactly why Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls 6 at such an early stage: “Honestly, we were a little tired of being asked about Elder Scrolls 6”. So there you have it, the revelation doesn’t necessarily tell us anything about how advanced the production of the Skyrim sequel is, only that Bethesda is tired of answering the question.
Apart from that and the official revelation in the window of Bethesda E3 2018, there has not been much in the name of the ‘new’ news of The Elder Scrolls 6 for some time, but this is what we know so far. On the live YouTube broadcast on E3 in 2016, Howard confirmed that The Elder Scrolls 6 is real and is one of three projects that are developed internally in the company. Now we can reasonably assume that the other two projects are Fallout 76 and the next Starfield space RPG.
Unfortunately, both Hines and Howard have confirmed that The Elder Scrolls 6 will probably be the last of the three projects to appear. Hines has said that “there are still two important cross-platform releases that you must work on first, so TES 6 will not happen until those games occur.”
I could sit here and explain the game, and you would say,” It seems you don’t even have the technology. How long will that take? ”Said Howard. Therefore, it is some that will take a long time, what you have in mind for that game, and in reality we have two other major projects that we are also doing that are bigger than everything we have done.” People will probably hear about them even before Elder Scrolls 6. That will make sense in many years. “
THE ELDER SCROLLS 6 LOCATION
When you see the Elder Scrolls 6 ad clip, there are two Elder Scrolls sites that might look like: High Rock and Hammerfell. why? Mountains, vast stretches of coastline, dry and dry landscapes.
But until Bethesda reveals more, we don’t know what the Elder Scrolls 6 setup will be. The few numbered entries in the series are mostly suspended in one area, but due to the ambitious ideas entering the game, Elder Scrolls 6 might see us traveling to multiple regions – even we We might see an entire continent, The Elder Scrolls Online-style.
There was some speculation that The Elder Scrolls 6 revealed that the trailer did not necessarily reflect an in-game setup and was only intended to set the tone. However, Todd Howard revealed in an interview with Eurogamer that The Elder Scrolls 6 Release has been known for some time and that the trailer allows you to exclude some sites.
While discovering the results of our Skyrim decisions will make going back north on Mount Tamriel fun, our fingers crossed a journey to a brand new place and time in the series in The Elder Scrolls 6.
What about the Aquifer? This continent to the east of Tamriel is home to Snow Demons of Kamal, the Tsaesci python men, the Monkeys of Tang Mo, and the Tiger Dragons of Ka Po ‘Tun, collectively known as “Akaviri”. Little is known about this mysterious land, making it a delicious opportunity as the site of Elder Scrolls 6.
Legend has it that few people who dared travel to Aquifer have eaten by Tsaesci (we said it was delicious). Tamrill and Kafir shared a tumultuous relationship, as they shaped each other’s history in times of peace and war. Perhaps, in The Elder Scrolls 6, we can smuggle ourselves into the new area, trying to adapt to living in a hostile land that doesn’t want us much. Kafir and Tamrill have always had a tumultuous relationship, and we’d like to be a part of that in The Elder Scrolls 6 Release
If we get close to places we know well, we try to pack our bags for Valenwood in The Elder Scrolls 6, home of the Elves Wood, or Bosmer. Located southwest of Tamriel and off the Somerset Islands, Valenwood is runaway land, dominated by uninhabited wild forests.
There is argonia too. Known as the “black swamp” or “trash heap” in Tamril it is the home of “reptile Argonians and is filled with arid swamps and great inland waterways.
If Elder Scrolls 6 moves to a whole new place, we’ll probably see some new races added to the formula, with all new science and gameplay modes to get to know.
However, no new races have been added to Skyrim, so it’s not likely to see some new races or races if The Elder Scrolls 6 is sticking to Tamriel. However, Sea Elves – also known as Moarmer – appears in The Elder Scrolls Online, so perhaps they can return at a numbered main portal to the series.
THE ELDER SCROLLS 6 STORY
One of the things that sets Skyrim apart from the rest of the series is its sophisticated narrative full of political intrigues. Your role in the game’s Civil War determines the fate of a troubled kingdom only nominally from the empire. Hoping the story of The Elder Scrolls 6 will take things to a new level.
While the story of Elder Scrolls 6 depends, to some extent, on the setting and its history, we hope the game’s story will match the ambition of the game in its early stages.