‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ Release Date, Latest News & Updates: Wild Horses Possible For Sixth Installment?

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Nov 08, 2016 07:10 AM EST
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As most know by now, Bethesda is hardly lifting a finger on “The Elder Scrolls 6”. Top brass Pete Hines had already mentioned this previously and all gamers can do right now is hope for big changes in the event that game development does commence.

There were various suggestions on how to make “The Elder Scrolls 6” grand, as mentioned in previous posts. Among those in the wish list include a better leveling system, a new map and an expected ramped up graphical display which seems to be a no-brainer given the high-resolution quality most games carry to date.

As far as game play is concerned, there are some who want more to the scripts that Bethesda game developers may want to take note of for “The Elder Scrolls 6”. Most games have listened to the gaming community and companies like 2K Sports have actually applied them.

An interesting take tackles the use of horses for “The Elder Scrolls 6”. Given that there is a wide area to cover, these creatures have done nothing more than help players move from one location to the other. Other than that, they hardly make a difference.

There are two things that Bethesda could possibly consider as far as improving the use of horses on “The Elder Scrolls 6”, GamingBolt reported. One is to have them take a load off and carry some of the loot the players get while exploring the game.

The other possible take is seeing horses aid players in combat on “The Elder Scrolls 6”. Other adventure games see horses help out their masters though the risk of losing the NPC is at risk. Just the same, horses could become the sacrificial lamb instead of seeing a player get hurt or die.

Transportation is important for “The Elder Scrolls 6” players but it may be high time to expand their use. Aiding in carrying loot and safeguarding their masters could be a good idea, that is if Bethesda is listening as we speak.

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