‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ Release Date, News & Update: Unlockable Combat Battles Happening Years From Now? More Game Features, Gameplay Details Revealed

By Snooky Grawls , Updated Dec 05, 2016 09:03 PM EST

“The Elder Scrolls 6” is years away of coming close to reality with Bethesda focusing on bringing in added content for “The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim”. Proof of that is “Skyrim Special Edition” which is in the limelight as we speak.

The only consolation, for now, is that Bethesda does have plans for “The Elder Scrolls 6”. Aside from that, details on what to expect are scarce. And on that note, it may be best to tinker with a wish list a bit on what TES 6 can bring and have to offer. One part of “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” that developers may want to improve on is the combat system. It is seen as one of the weak links of the game right now, Gaming Bolt reported.

Assuming that this is on the list, how does Bethesda approach this for “The Elder Scrolls 6”? In the same report, offering locked moves and combat styles could work to entice players to engage in PvPs and/or melees.

That said, adding such to “The Elder Scrolls 6” could be something that would entice players to be more active, a freedom that they could embrace or not. But would this be something players would want to undertake? The beauty of adding this combat feature is that players can either take it up or not. “The Elder Scrolls” series does not limit players on things they can do and improve on a combat system can merely be a perk some may want to take up.

Bethesda may opt to consider ramping up the combat styles part or not for “The Elder Scrolls 6”. This is simply a harmless dish on possible add-ons that players may or may not want to see.

As mentioned in a previous post, “The Elder Scrolls 6” could add a touch of virtual reality if the technology is feasible. Adding that with some special combat system could be something to look forward to.


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