The Elder Scrolls 6 News: Is The Game Currently Being Developed? Here's What We Know

Before, Bethesda denied that The Elder Scrolls 6 is on its way and now there are rumors that the developer has started it already. The players are waiting for answers from the developer whether the sequel is an on-going project.

Players have been waiting for The Elder Scrolls 6 this year. But their hopes were crashed when Bethesda did not release any sequel to The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition. Fans have been asking the developer to create the game because the latest installment is an interesting game.

According to Neurogadget, players need to wait for the official announcement from Bethesda whether The Elder Scrolls 6 is being developed. But since the developer is not yet commenting about the queries, there is a big chance that the upcoming rumored game is not yet a possibility.

Pete Hines, Bethesda's Vice President, replied a fan on Twitter saying that the company is not currently commenting on any game that is unofficially announced by their company. According to Gaming Bolt, Hines has clearly stated that once the team has finally developed a storyline for The Elder Scrolls 6. 

The latest announcement from Bethesda is that the company is starting to brainstorm ideas on what it can add to The Elder Scrolls 6. As per NSEA Voice, the developer is still focused on creating something new next year. The players need to wait for any teaser of the upcoming The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Edition sequel.

Bethesda prefers shorter campaigns for its soon-to-be released games than making the fans wait longer. So the questions about when is the developer planning to create The Elder Scrolls 6 has been answered and fans now know that they need to wait for the official announcement from the developer.

Players need to settle on The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim Special Edition and Elder Scrolls Online because the games are exciting, too. They should not be disappointed with Bethesda's decision to focus on creating new games for next year.

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