May 10, 2016 08:33 AM EDT

‘The Elders Scrolls 6’ Updates: Creators Are Hiring, Bethesda Searching for Character Artist to Fill the Hole?

"The Elders Scrolls 6" recent updates revealed of the creators desire to hire someone to join the team. It appears that Bethesda is searching for a character artist to fill in the hole to work with the developments regarding game franchise.

Although the release date of "The Elders Scrolls 6" remains uncertain, the gamers are hoping for the hiatus to end sooner than anticipated. Neurogadget reports, "Neither The Elder Scrolls 6, nor the Skyrim 2 will get a release soon. He was even surprised to hear that there are fans already waiting another Elder Scrolls, since their team is currently working on Fallout 4. And it wouldn't be such a time-consuming process, if it wouldn't involve the entire team working at the studio."

The developers are known for their preference and their efforts not to split the teams, and so, the gamers be seeing an update to the ES 6, but only by 2017 and since Bethesda have been known to follow an intricate timeline, the new "Elder Scrolls" might appear by 2019, according to the same post.

On a different note, Bethesda's job listing has sparked much interest since the gaming firm has been noted to be searching for a character artist to help in the development of its projects. Since "Fallout 4" is out, it is clear that the direction of the developers would be on the updating the DLC packs for "The Elders Scroll 6."

Jobs & Hire formerly reported that "The Elders Scroll 6" has been on prolonged hiatus for such a time and it is just about right that a new update be made for the game. As Bethesda hires new artist to fill in the hole, the expectations of the gamers rises even more for the release of "The Elders Scroll 6."

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