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In E3 2018, Bethesda Softworks chief software engineer Todd Howard teased the hotly anticipated Elder Scrolls VI had entered “pre-production.” Bethesda has been fairly mum on the match in the time since.
How has manufacturing been faring in the decades now? And how might Microsoft’s September 2020 buy of Bethesda change the game’s program and release?
Here’s what we understand about Elder Scrolls 6.
Though the game itself maybe a few decades away, we could piece together hints from Bethesda and internet chatter to gauge when fans are going to be able to once again roam the craggy mountains of Tamriel, the main continent where all the Elder Scrolls games take place.
Bethesda has not announced an exact release date or perhaps a release window for Elder Scrolls 6 yet. But Howard has said its development and launch is completely reliant on the company becoming another one of its jobs out the door: Starfield.
The science-fiction title was stuck in a development rut for over a decade at this point, and it has yet to receive its release date. Howard teased that Starfield can be released on both current-generation and toaster back in 2018, but that seems very unlikely now.
A recent batch of allegedly leaked information that was afterward supposedly untrue claimed that Bethesda was planning for “Q4 2024,” which means no sooner than October 2024. While that info dump is now widely regarded to have been faked, a launch date four to five years from today does not appear so far fetched especially since Bethesda began pre-production in 2018.
Not really. Bethesda did release a brief statement teaster to rile up lovers in E3 2018. The video was mostly just a bird’s eye perspective of a sea-side city with. But fans may obtain another teaser this year.
Can Elder Scrolls 6 be on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, or the PC?
Considering that Elder Scrolls VI won’t arrive till later Starfield is published. While that game may launch cross-generation on current- and next-gen consoles, it is looking likely that Elder Scrolls 6 is going to be a next-gen title. What is more is that with Microsoft getting Bethesda in September 2020, it may be the situation that Elder Scrolls 6 is a Microsoft exclusive for Xbox collection X, Xbox collection S, and PC.
Elder Scrolls VI is in evolution.
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