Sun. Jun 16th, 2024
Bethesda confirms playable version of “The Elder Scrolls VI” but release date years away

At Bethesda Game Studios, there is a concealed vault that houses a playable version of “The Elder Scrolls VI.” The developer made this revelation during a message commemorating the 30th anniversary of the popular fantasy franchise. The main focus of the message was to review the history of the video game saga, starting from the release of “The Elder Scrolls: Arena” in 1994 and progressing through titles like “Daggerfall,” “Morrowind,” “Oblivion,” and “Skyrim.”

Toward the end of the message, the future of the franchise was discussed, specifically mentioning “The Elder Scrolls VI.” This game was announced in 2018, but only a brief teaser has been released so far. The text indicated that the developers are working on the new chapter and have experienced joy, excitement, and the promise of adventure while playing the early versions of the game.

Fans of the franchise may find this information comforting, but there’s a caveat – Microsoft, which owns the franchise, has hinted that the game may not be released until 2028. Despite this delay, fans eagerly anticipate the next installment of this beloved franchise.


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