The Elder Scrolls 6 was officially announced back at E3 2018 with a brief Teaser and Trailer that did little more than confirm its existence. And now, fans have been hungry for the more latest updates, but Bethesda has kept relatively light lipped on the project. The leaks then go into more information about The Scrolls 6, denying Spoilers that the game will utilize procedural generation and comparing the crafting system to Fallout 4.
The Scrolls 6 would be, you guessed It, 6 mainline games in the Elder Scrolls Universe. Elder Scrolls followed this formula even in the earliest days when technology was not fully supportive of such ambitions.
It seems unlikely that this leaker would have so many updates about It this early in development. The Elder Scrolls 6 full production is believed to have started just recently as Bethesda went on a hiring spree of sorts, leading to speculation that the company was now devoting more resources on the Project.
Basically, We can’t go any conclusions about what will happen in The Elder Scrolls 6 based on previous titles. Oblivion was all about fighting demons at the doorsteps of hell, while Skyrim was about you finding a Dragon within yourself and shouting at people very loudly and violently.
The Elder Scrolls 6 is still largely in its planning phase. During E3 2019, Todd Howard told IGN that everyone should be very patient in regards to The Elder Scrolls 6. Long Story Short, We still have a long wait ahead. It’s an unusual move for Bethesda, who has historically preferred to announced games when they are pretty deep into development.
Both Hines and Howard have officially confirmed that The Scrolls 6 will likely be the last of 3 projects to appear Hines has said that there are still two major multiplatform releases that have to work on first and So TES 6 isn’t happening until those games happen.