Should The Elder Scrolls 6 Focus On Morrowind Or Skyrim?

The Elder Scrolls 6 is perhaps one of the most highly anticipated titles from Bethesda. Players can't just seem to stop talking about it. It only goes to show that the studio has indeed build a very enticing franchise. However, like its release date, the main focus of the supposed game remains a mystery. While there are those who would like to see Skyrim, others believe it's time for Morrowind. This is really a topic worth checking out.

According to Kotaku, it's pretty much more interesting to see Morrowind as the gist in The Elder Scrolls 6. It's not because Skyrim doesn't deserve it. It's just that Morrowind can be a lot more interesting than the latter in so many ways. For instance, there are a couple of long-forgotten systems that, in one way or another, could be an ideal area in the title. This is where these features deserve to be unveiled.

Nonetheless, there is also a possibility that Bethesda will venture a direction where a part of Skyrim will be featured in The Elder Scrolls 6. In fact, it is no longer a question of whether or not its dual-wielding system will arrive to the sixth installment because it's most likely to happen. There are also players who believe that the realistic and stunning physics in Oblivion will be utilized, too.

So, does this answer the aforementioned automatically? Perhaps not. It may be safe to think that the video game company will move forward with a direction contrary to what the community has been thinking. If the rumors of about the upcoming projects, featuring The Elder Scrolls 6, are massive, then there's this possibility.

GamingBolt, on the other hand, notes that The Elder Scrolls 6 could learn a lot of things from today's newest titles such as Mass Effect: Andromeda. This is specifically the latter's flexible switching of classes. Not only is it easily accessible, there's no complexity of sort involved. Perhaps, this is something that Bethesda might want to consider.

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