Elder Scrolls 6 may happen though it will take years and years before gamers can come close to a possible game release.
Elder Scrolls 6 is something that Bethesda loyalists were hoping to see at E3 2016 but nothing really came out. That failed to douse the hopes of fans but a revelation by Bethesda VP Pete Hines could be the last nail in the coffin for now.
No Ongoing Elder Scrolls 6 Development
“We aren’t working on TES6 at the moment,” Hines told a fan and adds that the game is ‘years and years away’.
If that fails to convince Elder Scrolls 6 players, perhaps another Bethesda executive can. Bethesda executive producer Todd Howard added that no team has been assigned to work on the sequel and that the company is instead working on two big projects. Ideas are in place for Elder Scrolls 6 but that is about the closest there is to a sequel for now.
@22wilbertRD I am not giving out any information about TES6 until we formally reveal it
— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) July 9, 2016
‘The Elder Scrolls: Legends’ Will Have To Do For Now
With no clue on when Elder Scrolls 6 will happen, the best Bethesda gamers can look up to for now is “The Elder Scrolls: Legends”. Card packs and Arena tickets are available for purchase in the game though both can also be earned through gameplay.
Interested players player can sign up for the beta via the Legends website or by creating an account on Bethesda.net and opting in to the beta events. The said game is a free-to-play strategy card game though it may be a bit far from an actual video game that players are looking for. Hence, it could be back to Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim for now.
A special remastered edition of Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is available, armed with new features that include art and effects, volumetric god rays, dynamic depth of field and screen-space reflections.