The Elder Scrolls VI / The Elder Scrolls 6

The Elder Scrolls VI is a new game in the Elder Scrolls series. At E3 2018 it was announced as the next major project that Bethesda Game Studios will release after Starfield.






At E3 2016, Todd Howard, director and executive producer at Bethesda, said in an interview with Jeff Kisley: "Yes, of course we're doing Elder Scrolls 6. That's the thing we love. But it's -- I have to be careful what I say -- still a long way from coming out. It's the kind of thing that takes a ton of time." In the same interview at E3 2016, Howard commented, "We actually have two big other projects that we're doing, and they're bigger than anything we've done so far. People will probably hear about these projects even sooner than Elder Scrolls VI."

On August 9, 2016, Bethesda Vice President Pete Hines stated that Elder Scrolls VI "is not in development," and on October 18, 2016, he clarified that "no one is working on the game."

At E3 2017, Pete Hines said in an interview that Elder Scrolls VI is "in the distant future." He continued: "Again, the company has at least two big games to work on before work on Elder Scrolls VI. We're being quite blunt, TES VI is not in development."

At E3 2018, Todd Howard said in an interview that Elder Scrolls VI is in "pre-production," that there is no playable version yet. He also noted that the technology needed for the game is "coming."

On June 14, 2018, in an interview with Rooster Teeth, Pete Hines said that the game's action would take place in Tamriel. Later in the interview, he said the game will come out "later than late," relative to Starfield, which will come out "late."

On June 28, 2018, Todd Howard said in an interview with GameLab that the location for Elder Scrolls VI was "determined a long time ago." Asked if you can see the game's location in the teaser trailer from E3, Howard said, "Absolutely, can see some things; the first thing we do is the world, so we've known where it's located for a long time."


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