Elder Scrolls 6 Release Date: When Will Be Comes Out?
We are trying to find out when Elder Scrolls 6 will be released. Thanks to a brief teaser trailer, we now have our first official glimpse at the game. The video begins with the series’ iconic musical tune and a pan across some mountains before the logo emerges, establishing beyond a shadow of a doubt that The Elder Scrolls 6 is confirmed.
Even though the series’ fantastic games have already spoiled us, we’re eager to return to the Elder Scrolls world. The Elder Scrolls games are still among the best PC games ever created, and we expect Elder Scrolls 6 to be no exception.
The Elder Scrolls 6’s gameplay will keep us occupied for “at least a decade,” according to Bethesda director Todd Howard. Here is all we know about The Elder Scrolls 6.
Elder Scrolls 6 Release Date
There is no official release date for Elder Scrolls 6. The game’s development has been officially announced. However, there is currently no release date or rough estimate. Michael Pachter, a well-known industry analyst, incorrectly forecasted in 2016 that The Elder Scrolls 6 would be released in 2017.
According to Tyler McVicker, who works in the video game industry, The Elder Scrolls VI won’t be released until at least 2026. This is large because Starfield is scheduled for release in 2023.
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Trailer of Elder Scrolls 6
Here is the Elder Scrolls 6 trailer before we get into all the delicious news and rumors. The terrain suggests that TES 6 leads us to either Hammerfell, the homeland of the Redguard people, or High Rock, the land of the Breton race.
Latest News About Elder Scrolls 6
According to the most recent information regarding The Elder Scrolls VI, the game is still in pre-production as of January 2022, with most of the studio’s resources being allocated to Starfield.
Beyond that, there is talk that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be called Redfall. Zenimax, the parent company of Bethesda, attempted to trademark the title “Redfall” in September 2008. However, it conflicted with Jay Falconer’s series of the same name. The Elder Scrolls 6: Redfall trademark dispute was settled in 2019. Therefore everything is now in order.
We also know that Shirley Curry, better known as “Skyrim Grandmother” on YouTube, will be a non-playable character in The Elder Scrolls 6. After a fan petition garnered 49,322 signatures to make it happen, Bethesda announced the news during The Elder Scrolls’ 25th anniversary live. A memorial to an Elder Scrolls enthusiast whose lifelong ambition was to play a role in Skyrim may also be included among the game’s non-player characters.
There is also an interview between Pete Hines and VGR that explains why Bethesda announced The Elder Scrolls VI at such an early stage: “We were honestly a little weary of being asked about Elder Scrolls VI.” So there you have it. The reveal tells us nothing about how far into production the Skyrim sequel is except that Bethesda is tired of answering the subject.