In a way, The Elder Scrolls Online should also serve as (half) a blueprint for The Elder Scrolls 6, at least in terms of how diehard fans want their Elder Scrolls to play.
As we keep waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6 and – way before that – Starfield, us veteran Elder Scrolls fans keep wondering about where Bethesda might take the long-awaited sixth mainline entry of their big fantasy series.
Now that everyone has boarded Todd Howard’s hype train, what’s stopping The Elder Scrolls from getting at least Fallout levels of weird?
As I discussed in my previous The Elder Scrolls 6 speculation piece, most folks are looking at Skyrim and The Elder Scrolls Online to fantasize about the next game. And that’s not a mistake, especially if we consider the ridiculous amount of Skyrim re-releases we’ve had in little more than a decade; that game is hugely important for Bethesda Game Studios.
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