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Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield Won’t Be Present At E3 2019

We have some terrible news for Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield fans, but neither of the two Bethesda most sought-after games will be present at E3 2019. However, that doesn’t mean that Bethesda is not still working on the development of both Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield. As a matter of fact, Bethesda’s head, Todd Howard, discusses both titles in an interview with IGN.

Elder Scrolls 6 Would Be As Long-Lived As The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim

According to Todd Howard, the games studio, Bethesda, is thinking that Elder Scrolls 6 would be a game that would last for about ten years, at minimum. Accordingly, Elder Scrolls 6 would be an exciting installment in the series, and the company also believes that the release would be the most popular title in the franchise.

In other words, Bethesda plans to produce Elder Scrolls 6 to be as long-lived as The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. “On the one hand, I think it’s good to miss things. I think that makes people come to it with really fresh eyes. When you eventually, eventually see the game and what we have in mind [you’ll] understand the gap more in terms of technology and what we want it to do,” Todd Howard said in the interview with IGN.

Both Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls 6 And Starfield Won’t Be At E3 2019

On the other hand, besides Elder Scrolls 6, Starfield will miss E3 2019, as Bethesda’s Todd Howard revealed. “Starfield will have its own tone in terms of there is so much science-fiction in the same way that Fallout has its own tone in a post-apocalyptic. Elder Scrolls has found its own tone but originally didn’t. It was a very generic fantasy,” Howard said.

Besides, Todd Howard admitted that Starfield had been the first choice to launch after Fallout 4, but the initial plans weren’t as reliable as initially discussed. Accordingly, at the moment, Starfield is in the works at Bethesda’s North American studios. Also, Howard said that any fan must be patient about the release of Starfield. But, the same applies to Elder Scrolls 6 since Starfield is the first game that Bethesda would launch and, afterward, Elder Scrolls 6 would come out.

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Elder Scrolls 6 Is Still Under Development After Experiencing Delays

Bethesda, the famous gaming studio, was involved in a lawsuit regarding a trademark. This process was reportedly postponing the work on the upcoming famous Elder Scrolls 6. However, the legal issues have been ultimately solved, and the game is now being developed as scheduled.

The lawsuit was filled because of an apparent copyright issue between the company and a book series regarding Bethesda’s plan to name its next game’s title ‘Redfall.’ The problem could have taken several years to solve, which implied that the game studio might have had to find a new name for the game or work it out somehow. They indeed worked things out, it seems. said in a report that the issue was most likely solved with some sort of payment to license the name to be used in the upcoming Elder Scrolls 6 title.

Elder Scrolls 6 Is Still Under Development After Experiencing Delays With A Trademark-Related Lawsuit

​Fans and internet users can hope for a few more insights on the game to be unveiled at the E3 2019. The event is only a few weeks away, and it is expected to be a great spectacle besides the Elder Scrolls. Talking about when fans can expect the next Elder Scrolls title to be released, the general opinion seems to be that it will happen before the launch of the next generation of consoles from Sony and Microsoft. And, of course, this is probably the least pleasant news about the game.

As the majority of gaming lovers know, the company behind The Elder Scrolls 6 is always registering its trademarks for its every game in the series. For instance, Oblivion, Morrowind, and Skyrim are all now Bethesda-registered trademarks. Lots of people have initially been thrilled to read about the Redfall trademark, having no idea that the title was a trilogy before ending up to be a probable title for the next Elder Scrolls game.

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The Elder Scrolls 6 Detail You Might Have Not Noticed

The next game in The Elder Scrolls franchise that everyone is expecting to hear about is The Elder Scrolls 6. Sure, we just got a little TES on our mobile phones – The Elder Scrolls: Blades, but we’re all waiting for the sixth game in the series that will come out… eventually.

Right now, there is no official news about the game, but remember that lawsuit over the name Redfall? The one where everyone thought it would be the subtitle and hint the location of the game?

It seems that the game will be based in Hammerfell, and here is why it would make sense.

“The Elder Scrolls VI: Hammerfell”

When Bethesda celebrated the 25th anniversary, they revealed some footage of the games they released in the past, and thanks to this video, we realized that the developer has begun working on The Elder Scrolls 6 and that the location will be Hammerfell, probably focusing on the Red Guards.

You all saw the video and noticed a desert-like landscape, and it can only be Hammerfell, from where the Red Guards appear in Skyrim (which also got featured in the video). Now, connecting the previous “Redfall” issue with Red Guards and Hammerfell, it makes sense. If the lawsuit is not in favor for Bethesda and they cannot use the name Redfall, the next best choice would be Hammerfell, since it will be the location name, just like in Skyrim.

Also, these old images support the theory:

As for an official release date, there isn’t one. Unfortunately, the Elder Scrolls 6 will not make an appearance at E3, but since the production on the game slowly began in 2018, it The Elder Scrolls 6 (Hammerfell?) might be launched by the end of 2020, hopefully before the holidays.

Speculations aside, we all know the NPC that will make it to the next game: the awesome player known as “Skyrim Grandma,” Shirley Curry! Thanks to the petition signed by thousands of people, she will be immortalized in TES6!

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Elder Scrolls 6 Could Boast Advanced, Realistic Graphics

Elder Scrolls franchise enjoys a loyal fan base, and many gamers are looking forward to the next entry in the series. Elder Scrolls 6 is still in the early stages, but Bethesda has decided to show a few glimpses of the technology which is used for the new title and how it can mark a significant improvement for the franchise.

During PAX East 2019 Bethesda noted that photogrammetry would be employed in the development of upcoming titles. Photogrammetry is used to scan real-world landmarks and people, and the data collected can be converted to accurate 3D models which add a layer of realism.
Many have started to question Bethesda’s stubbornness to use a modified game engine which is a bit old. The latest reveal may alleviate some of these worries since it proves that Bethesda is interested in delivering new video games which look better.

It was also announced that Bethesda would use the same technology to immortalize Shirley Curry, a well-known YouTube content creator who is known as the Skyrim Grandma. She will appear as a featured NPC in Elder Scrolls 6 and players will have a chance to interact with her.

Elder Scrolls 6 Might Feature Advanced Graphics

The announcement that Elder Scrolls 6 will use photogrammetry has been well-received by many aren’t sure if they can trust the studio. Bethesda lost a lot of faith when Fallout 76, the first multiplayer title developed by the studio, was released to near-universal disdain from fans and critics alike.

Todd Howard promised that the game would provide a revolutionary experience, but the truth was a bit different. The game was affected by a large number of glitches, the content was uninspired, and the lackluster narrative setting disappointed a high number of people. Fallout 76 sales were so weak that the games were heavily discounted in the first weeks and some shops decided to offer it for free if the customer made other purchases.

It remains to be seen if Bethesda will be able to convince fans that it learned from past mistakes with Elder Scrolls 6.

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The Elder Scrolls 6 Won’t Be At E3 2019, Bethesda Announced

If your most significant expectancy of the press conference that Bethesda will hold at E3 2019 is to see the two most significant announcements of last year, think twice. Bethesda announced at PAX East that additional details would not be revealed or showcased regarding the games Starfield or The Elder Scrolls 6 at the E3 of this year. During E3 2018 both games were given a tiny teaser and were announced alongside more detailed reveals for Rage 2 and Fallout 76.

We won’t hear any news on The Eder Scrolls 6 and Starfield at E3 2019

Todd Howard, the Bethesda executive producer, said during a PAX East panel that “that’s just a little sneak peek at the technology that we’ve been building,” in regards to a new game engine’s further details. “People are going to see the tech at first, actually, in Starfield. And so that tech will have like the second version of it in The Elder Scrolls 6, and -before everyone asks- please be patient. It’s going to be a long time. It’s not something we’re going to be talking about at E3 -either of those games- this year. And so patience, please. But given The Elder Scrolls anniversary, we did want to give everybody a taste.”

The Elder Scrolls 6 is still a long way off

We were not really surprised to hear that during E3 this year we will see none of The Elder Scrolls 6 and Starfield, especially after taking into consideration that their showings from the event in 2018 implied that they are still early on in their development. Howard already knows the release dates for both games, but he decided not to announce them yet because it would be a proof of foolishness.

Pete Hines, the Bethesda marketing boss, and Matt Firor, the ZeniMax Online Studios game director, said during PAX Australia 2018 that The Elder Scrolls 6 is still a long way off.

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