‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ Release Date, Latest News & Update: Bethesda Admits Focus Yet To Settle On Sequel
Bethesda has its hands full improving on “The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim”, something that shelves “The Elder Scrolls 6” for now. Just the same, gamers are encouraged to maintain patience until the game developer is ready to start work on the sixth installment.
Everything has been focused on “Skyrim Special Edition”, Bethesda’s remastered version. Notable are the bugs and performance issues though all that is expected to be ironed out soon.
As for “The Elder Scrolls 6”, much of the issues tied up to “Skyrim Special Edition” could very well aid loopholes that gamer developers will need to look out for. Graphics rendering which could go as far as virtual reality is a possibility, seeing how Bethesda is currently trying that out with “Fallout 4 VR”.
As mentioned in a previous post, Bethesda is committed to making VR work not plainly for offering a special edition. If Bethesda is successful with “Fallout 4 VR”, there is a big chance that such will also be adopted to “The Elder Scrolls 6”. It all depends how virtual reality is successful in ramping up the technology moving forward.
There is also game play and the actual storyline to consider for “The Elder Scrolls 6”. In another previous post, applying new combat battles could be plausible to add more spice to the sixth installment.
The reality of it all is that Bethesda plans to make “The Elder Scrolls 6”. The issue on when is the big question but the immediate answer to that is patience and in waiting, Neurogadget reported.
The focus right now is on “Skyrim Special Edition” in what may be the company’s effort to maximize the game’s potential. Graphics improvement is keen but attention to detail is expected to be better for “The Elder Scrolls 6”.
The bar has been set and something Bethesda is likely thinking about. For what it is worth, “The Elder Scrolls 6” is up in the clouds but work on it may be years off.