The Elder Scrolls 6 is one of the highlights from any upcoming games list, considering the tremendous success of the related series. It’s been about 9 years since Bethesda finished creating The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim for PC, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. The wait of the fans for a sequel becomes unbearable, therefore they never hesitate to promote all kinds of speculations.
The long wait could be totally worth it, as Bethesda confirms through Todd Howard that The Elder Scrolls 6 is among 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.”
For the best-case scenario, The Elder Scrolls 6 could arrive to the gaming world in December. PlayStation Magazine has recently revealed that the upcoming game will be running on PlayStation 5, along with other huge titles like The Sims 5, Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, Sniper Elite 5, FIFA 21, Dirt 5, and others. And while it’s certain that Sony’s next-generation console arrives to the market during the 2020 Holidays, we could also see The Elder Scrolls 6 running on the gaming machine during the same period. Also, nobody said that all those highly anticipated games, including The Elder Scrolls 6 would be on PS5 as soon as the console arrives in stores, but we are free to hope.
As for the worst-case scenario, our bet is that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be released in a maximum amount of time of 2 years. The game is under development for quite a while, and the fans want it ASAP.
Whatever the case may be, The Elder Scrolls 6 will be running on both next-generation consoles PS5 and Xbox Series X.
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