Looks like waiting The Elder Scrolls 6 is still quite long. An employee of Bethesdanewly hired, who on Linkedin specifies that the game would always be in pre-production phase. The development of Skyrim’s successor could be inaugurated after the launch of star fieldanother important IP signed by Bethesda Game Studios.
Development on The Elder Scrolls: Sixth Chapter has yet to begin
As reported by GameReactora new Bethesda employee – HR – shared on LinkedIn some information related to the projects in progress at the American giant. The post in question is no longer available on the social network, but a screenshot has been posted on Twitter which contains all the most relevant details.
The Elder Scrolls VI is in pre-production. pic.twitter.com/qNGE27BiXq
— Timur222 (@bogorad222) January 21, 2022
No further confirmation has come from Bethesda, but the news shouldn’t cause a stir. Recall that the same Todd Howardback in June, said the new The Elder Scrolls was still in the planning stages: “The vast majority of our development work is on Starfield right now, but everyone is working on everything, so the projects are somewhat interconnected”. Judging by the words of the game director, it is desirable that work on TES 6 can begin only after Starfield launches on Xbox Series X|S and PC.
The sixth installment of the Elder Scrolls series has premiered in 2018during the Bethesda press conference at E3 in Los Angeles. Four years have therefore passed since the historic announcement and, in the best of cases, it will take as long before we can inaugurate our next adventure on the continent of Tamriel. Just like Starfield too TES 6 to land exclusive on PC and on the latest generation consoles from Microsoft.