Bethesda Softworks LLC, maker of "The Elder Scrolls Online" is reportedly gearing up for the release of "Elder Scrolls 6." The game announcement was expected during the 2015 Electronic Entertainment Expo, but there were a few details divulged.
Fans were disappointed during the event, and Bethesda Vice President Peter Hines was sympathetic. He justified that a lot is expected from "Elder Scrolls 6," and the company is working really hard for its development.
The lack of information from the game developer is an effective marketing strategy, says The Gospel Herald. It seems to be working because fans are really curious and eager for more updates.
"Elder Scrolls" diehard fans are speculating that it will be released during E3 2016, while Hines hinted that game would most likely be released in late 2016, Breathe Cast learned.
In addition to these speculations is the title for "Elder Scrolls 6" — that it could be "Argonia." However, Bethesda has already trademarked the title "Redguard" back in 2011, which is the same year "Elder Scrolls: Skyrim" was released, according to Franchise Herald.
Since then, the gaming studio has been constantly renewing the "Redguard." This gives "Elder Scroll 6" its unofficial active trademark, and whether the title will change or not still depends on the developer.
Talking about gameplay, a multiplayer option is expected for "The Elder Scrolls Online," but it didn't happen. Now, Movie Pilot is wondering if the online version could inspire a better gameplay for "Elder Scroll 6" — perhaps incorporating multiplayer, which many fans have been longing to happen?
Meanwhile, the developer announced that the release of first DLC pack for PC and Mac platforms of "The Elder Scrolls" will be on Aug. 31. It will also be released on Xbox One on Sept 15 and PS4 on Sept. 16.
More of "Elder Scrolls 6" updates are expected to be revealed in the upcoming QuakeCon this Friday.