'The Elder Scrolls 6' Update: Bethesda Reveals Game’s Prolonged Hiatus; Developers Busy With 'Skyrim 2,' 'Fallout 4'

"The Elder Scrolls 6" has given rise to more stunning game time. However, the recent announcement from Bethesda reveals the game's prolonged hiatus, rendering much dismay. Also, game developers have been noted to have their hands full with "Skyrim 2" and "Fallout 4."

When "The Elder Scrolls 6" will be released is one topic that is always being discussed by gamers. Unfortunately, it seems that video game fans would be waiting longer for the game to arrive, if it is ever released at all. And aside from its release date, new features or changes to its gameplay have always been part of the rumor mill, reports Ecumenical News.

The latest rumor teases that Bethesda Softworks would present the newest "The Elder Scrolls" title during this year's E3, and the annual gaming event is slated to appear in Los Angeles from June 14 to 16, as noted by the same post.

More report from The Christian Times revealed how the speculations began. According to the post, the hearsay regarding the "Elder Scrolls" video game began when Bethesda posted a teaser photo on Twitter, which hints on the projects it will be unveiling during E3 2016. However, speculations as they are, the dismay of the gamers is escalating.

The hiatus has been long, and thus the demand for the next modification is understandable. All the more, the Vice President of Bethesda Softworks himself, Pete Hines, has stated that the company still has plans to do another "Elder Scrolls" game. But for now, the main focus and drive is "Fallout 4."

Hines added on to note, "We do smaller stuff, we don't publish to scale, we try to publish to quality. Make sure everything we do is noteworthy."

"The Elder Scrolls 6" would not hit the game stalls despite the rising demands. As the game creators and Bethesda revealed the possible reasons, it is undeniable that the game developers have their hands full with "Skyrim 2" and "Fallout 4." 

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