Elder Scroll 6 Might Move The Location To Hammerfell

We are all very excited for Elder Scrolls 6, even though not many details are available at the moment. Bethesda is aware of its loyal fanbase, and developers made a video which captured the entire journey of the series, while also including the fans that have always been there. The video was showcased during the 25th Anniversary of the Elder Scrolls series. Accordingly, Elder Scrolls 6 might take place in Hammerfell.

The event was unique because it also offered us some essential details about Elder Scrolls 6. As far as we are concerned, the release of the game is still far away, but the hype has already begun. The even revealed that the upcoming Elder Scrolls game would use motion capture and photogrammetry, which is the new technology for this series.

More than that, some of the art that will be used for landscape was unveiled. This gives us an idea about how the game will look like. While it was definitely interesting to see some of the art, some users believe that there might be some clues in there as well.

Elder Scrolls 6 might take place in the rocky landscapes of Hammerfell

One thing that we can notice in the pictures is the desert landscape. From the looks of it, it appears that Hammerfell will show up in Elder Scrolls 6.

For those who forgot, Hammerfell is a large province in the west of Tamriel. Hammerfell would be an excellent location for the Elder Scrolls 6 as it hasn’t been explored enough in the previous games. More than that, we had a chance to see Hammerfell’s Red Guards, and they had an essential presence in Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim.

In fact, at the E3 2018, we did receive a reveal trailer for the Elder Scrolls 6, and by looking at the rocky landscapes, we have plenty of reasons to believe that the game will be set in Hammerfell.

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