The Elder Scrolls series has a fabulous success among gamers, and they’re eagerly waiting for the sixth main iteration to arrive. The last title from the series is 9 years old. While nobody denies its value, The Elder Scrolls 6 is awaited eagerly, as it was revealed in the above trailer two years ago.
Considering the fact that The Elder Scrolls 6 will also be available for both the next-generation consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X, we can place our bets that the game won’t be available until December 2020.
Enough is enough
The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim has an experience system that grants the player the ability to level up by practicing certain skills. For instance, when the player casts destruction spells on enemies, they gain significant experience in destruction magic. While The Elder Scrolls game series rewards players for making suitable choices when leveling up, there are also bad choices within the gameplay that makes later character levels too difficult for the player. The developers should not make the same mistake with The Elder Scrolls 6.
But the wait could be worth it, as Bethesda confirms through Todd Howard that the upcoming game represents one of the main occupations for the developers:
“We had done so many things, we were going Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Fallout… You have this Starfield game in your head, you sort of say, well, when? It can be never, you could say never. But look, we’re creative, and it’s like we have to make this game, and this is the time. So Elder Scrolls 6 is going to have to wait a little bit.”
PlayStation Magazine has revealed that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be running on the next-generation console PlayStation 5, along with other attractive titles like The Sims 5, Sniper Elite 5, FIFA 21, Dirt 5, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, and others. While we know for sure that Sony’s next-generation console will arrive to the market around Christmas, nobody said that all those highly anticipated games would be on PS5 as soon as the gaming machine arrives in stores, but we are free to hope.
Besides the availability for the upcoming next-generation consoles from Sony and Microsoft (PS5 and Xbox Series X, respectively), The Elder Scrolls 6 will also be running on the usual platforms: PC, Xbox One, and PS4.
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