'The Elder Scrolls' Broken Promises Creates Tension; Should Bethesda Prepare Skyrim To Work With Xbox One's Backwards Compatibility To Evade Gamers' Dismay?

By Alexa Parker , May 24, 2016 06:33 AM EDT

"The Elder Scrolls 6" has rendered broken promises, which created tensions to rise within the gaming world. In order for Bethesda to keep the cool, many are insinuating that "The Elder Scrolls 6: Skyrim" should be prepped to work with Xbox One's backwards compatibility features.

Much to the dismay of the fans and followers of the series, one of the most well-liked games in the Xbox 360's game roster is "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. It is also Bethesda's fifth game entry that featured an RPG franchise. The game also leads Bethesda into the mainstream, and even remained as one of the best received games in the Xbox 360's game library, reports Gaming Bolt.

However, despite the game's dominance, Bethesda was slow in giving its sequel and even did not render compatibility features with Xbox One. Owing to that, many are speculating that in order for Bethesda to pacify the gamers' dismay, it should prep "The Elder Scrolls 6" to work without glitches with Xbox One.

On a different note, it has been conveyed in the past by iTech Post that the delayed release of "The Elder Scrolls 6" was largely due to "Fallout 4." The post revealed that the hiatus for "The Elder Scrolls 6" would be prolonged, and the rumored release date has been set to 2019. The delay is not only creating unrest for the fans and gamers but it is also creating rising queries on the current marketing strategies of Bethesda.

Moreover, if Bethesda wants to regain its loyal gamers, it should implement measures to pacify their disappointments and offer exciting upgrades to look forward to when "The Elder Scrolls 6" comes out to the gaming stalls. It stands to reason that one of the ways to effectively counter the apprehensions of the gamers that have loved the legacy of "The Elder Scrolls 6" is to promote unprecedented upgrades.

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