Why Bethesda Might Just Unveil The Elder Scrolls 6 At E3

For all the fans who have been hoping for The Elder Scrolls 6, there is one event that they can cling for hope. It's no other than the Electronic Entertainment Expo 2017 (widely known as E3). There are talks about Bethesda unveiling the game during its presentation at the said event. Apart from that, there's a leak seemingly hinting the game's possible new feature.

According to GamingBolt, Bethesda is already confirmed to be one of the attendees of the show. This is not something of a surprise, as the studio has been doing this for years. However, this could actually mean something more significant for those who have longed for The Elder Scrolls 6. Because, in one way or another, this event is just perfect for unveiling a new project or title.

Nonetheless, it should be noted that the studio is also working on new IPs or titles. While the video game company has remained silent about the existence or details of these games, it's only logical to think that they're getting a spot at E3 2017. After all, the month of June (launch month of the show) is when developers make huge announcements.

Mic, on the other hand, reports about a leak concerning the supposed Bethesda game The Elder Scrolls 6. That the studio could be toying with the idea of an online multiplayer environment, something that has yet to happen in the franchise. This came after a job listing from the video game company in which many believe is a position meant in helping the devs work on the rumored game.

Still, as what Bethesda has been saying all this time, The Elder Scrolls 6 is far from what they want to do. That they instead want to focus on developing new IPs or titles. But hey, who couldn't help but hope, right? Besides, they have done the same thing with Fallout 4. The studio kept on evading all the rumors, suggesting that it isn't coming. But alas, the community was taken by surprise as the game arrived that year.

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