Nope, The Elder Scrolls 6 isn't coming just yet. As iterated by Bethesda in the past, the upcoming installment is still years from becoming a reality. But of course, it doesn't mean players won't be anticipating its possible features -- two of which are Settlements and Guild Management. Sure enough, these are somewhat familiar. That's because they're also present in Fallout 4. But will the next TES title benefit from such? Well, it's worth investigating.
There have been lots of rumors regarding the exact release of The Elder Scrolls 6. Or perhaps, the timeline that Bethesda will unveil it for a preview. As previously reported here at iTech Post, the studio is rumored to reveal the aforesaid title in next year's E3. It came from the fact that the company will be hosting their own press conference. So somehow, in one way or another, there's a light of hope.
Similar with its release date, the features The Elder Scrolls 6 will introduce are also vague. Nevertheless, there are reports that Bethesda might as well get some inspirations from its yet another hit title called Fallout 4.
Settlements In The Elder Scrolls 6
It holds true, however, that -- at this point -- it could be very unlikely for the studio to apply a Settlement feature in The Elder Scrolls 6. But of course, that doesn't mean the developers won't consider such. If it indeed happens, this inclusion could be on an even larger scope as far as the upcoming installment is concerned. If Fallout 4 falls short of the mechanic's scale, in one way or another, this won't entirely be an issue in TES6. Just imagine the vast construction capability players can do -= from heavily structured towns to stocked weaponries to ale-packed taverns.
Guild Management In The Elder Scrolls 6
It's no secret that guilds play an important role in The Elder Scrolls franchise, so it won't really be a surprise if it also does so with The Elder Scrolls 6. However, there's a slight advantage if players can actually manage these guilds -- something that (again) Fallout 4 didn't elaborately give in. Think about the freedom to do so in which players can anoint a certain leader of sorts.
True enough, as reported by International Business Times, Fallout 4 seems to be a testing phase for all upcoming projects (The Elder Scrolls 6 in particular) of Bethesda. It seems the studio has utilized it in a way to prepare massive features for all their forthcoming projects. After all, the aforesaid title proved to be a massive hit, enjoyed by a great number of players.
What are your thoughts on The Elder Scrolls 6 as well as its possible features? Do you think it'll sport the above-mentioned features that are heavily inspired by Fallout 4? Let us know what you think at the comment section below!