Ever since The Elder Scrolls 6 was confirmed back at E3 2018, fans of the RPG franchise have been going places while waiting for additional details.
Unfortunately, very little is known about the successor of Skyrim. Many theories and speculations emerged, as expected, but some seem a bit far-fetched, mainly because many people promote them as facts.
One of the latest “leaks” about The Elder Scrolls 6: Redfall has been posted online.
The leak claims that the game will happen six years after the events of Skyrim, and it will include “huge, epic battle scenes with dozens, if not hundreds of characters battling on-screen in real-time.”
Some speculations suggest that there will be some vehicle mechanics ported from Bethesda’s Starfield. That rumor is partially believable because the leaker posted an NDA agreement between them and Bethesda.
However, it turned out that everything that was “leaked,” including the NDA, turned out to be fake.
Why Every Rumor Is Fake
There are numerous reasons why you should not believe the online rumors about the next Elder Scrolls game.
First of all, the name Redfall isn’t even official yet. The only reason why everybody’s agreed on this name is that, one year ago, a dispute between ZeniMax Media, and sci-fi author Jay Falconer, who wrote a thriller book named Redfall, was a bit too suspicious to go unnoticed.
Stage Of Development
One aspect regarding the game that often gets overlooked is the fact that it is still in early development, which is why you shouldn’t believe rumors of any sort.
Bethesda stated back in 2017 that the development of the game hadn’t started yet, so it’s still work in progress.
It’s expected that the next game will be a lot bigger than Skyrim was, and break a lot of records set by similar games.
Unfortunately for us, we are at least one or two years away from the release of The Elder Scrolls 6 at best.
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