Bethesda has proven itself in the industry. And with the possible existence of The Elder Scrolls 6, the studio's reputation can even go higher. But of course, the only question that remains is if this game ever gets developed. Regardless of what speculations and/or rumors say, understanding how the game might work is quite interesting. Or perhaps, identifying what sort of feature can the title learn from titular games of today such as Horizon Zero Dawn.
Guerilla Games' latest iteration has become a worldwide hit, something that is not really a surprise. First off, the game was strategically developed in a way that will offer an open world setting with intense combat play. And not just that, the developers have added some breathtaking visuals coupled with a thought-provoking story. It is safe to say that this game is a total package.
According to GamingBolt, the aforementioned game can give The Elder Scrolls 6 a couple of few pointers. After all, the former has seemed to have done an incredible job in lifting the resume of the open world RPG genre. One of this is the introduction of world building. Sure, The Elder Scrolls franchise has its own share in terms of this facet; however, what makes Horizon Zero Dawn an epitome is the way it blends the story partnered with interesting side-plots.
In Guerilla Games' title, it's as if everything has been tied together. Perhaps, in this department, Bethesda can use it as inspiration in creating the world of The Elder Scrolls 6. If modern games seem to have been following the very footsteps of Skyrim, maybe it's time for others to capture the concept of HZD.
Now, the coolest thing about having a similar process of world building in The Elder Scrolls 6 is the lore the franchise offers. There's no doubt that in terms of such, it's as if no titles of recent memory can top it. Here, Bethesda can capture the very hearts of the players by efficiently mixing the game's story along with the way the in-game world builds overtime and where having an enticing narrative plays a significant part. However, as noted by The Marshalltown, the studio doesn't want to give false hope about the game's existence. So, in a sense, only time can tell if these things can indeed become a reality.