The Elder Scrolls is one of the legendary video games series loved across the gaming community. Since 1994, the game series has delivered a thrilling saga, won several accolades, and made history in the process. After several sequels and spin-offs, The Elder Scrolls is going to return for the next installment in the franchise: The Elder Scrolls VI. Here is everything you need to know about this much-awaited video game:
About The Elder Scrolls:
The video game is primarily developed by Bethesda Game Studios, which has published the game across several gaming platforms. An action-based role-playing game, The Elder Scrolls was first introduced in 1994. Five main parts of the series include The Elder Scrolls: Arena, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. These parts further have their expansions. Out of the main components, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim have won Game of the Year award from multiple gaming outlets.
The premise of the game takes place in different parts of a continent called Tamriel in the pre-medieval era combined with features of the Roman Empire and fantasy creatures. The combat game involves a chosen hero determined to defeat an antagonist or villainous armies.
When is The Elder Scrolls VI going to stream?
The teaser for the sixth part was released in 2018 during Bethesda Studio’s press conference at the Electronic Entertainment Expo. Director of the game, Todd Howard announced that the game would be released after their next game franchise, Starfield.
Yet today, in July 2020, we have no further word from the makers of The Elder Scrolls. The creators seem to be quite tight-lipped about the matter. Considering the current situation created due to the pandemic, fans will have to wait much longer for The Elder Scrolls VI.
Bethesda recently confirmed the uncertainty by commenting that The Elder Scrolls VI is “years away”.
In conclusion, it is safe to say that the gaming community has to be patient enough until further development. Meanwhile, why not relive the thrill of Elder Scrolls by replaying your favorite part?