Breaking down Bethesda's E3 2018 Showcase


If we're interpreting all that properly, that means that Starfield will hit whatever the next generation of consoles is (the PS5, the XBOX Two or whatever the hell they call it, and so on), followed by Elder Scrolls VI. Rumors about a new Elder Scrolls have passed for some time, but until now the developer focused on new versions of Skyrim. This is a console-quality game that you can actually play with one hand on your mobile device, taking on enemies with a simplified combat system while exploring the world in real-time with a few taps of the screen.

During their E3 conference Bethesda teased the next Elder Scrolls game with a short video of some mountains. Bethesda's showcase just ended, where the company revealed new games and DLC, including Fallout 76 and Rage 2.

It's official, the Elder Scrolls 6 is on its way, without a release date. You can tap to move or use dual-stick controls.

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This teaser is about the full extent of what we know about the next game in the series. Players will create their own base with friends in 4-player coop. At this point, we're not sure how far along in development it is (if it's in active development at all), but we do know that we're going to be waiting a while for it to arrive. You can also fight other players in "Arena, ' a gamemode harking back to the original Elder Scrolls title". And even though The Elder Scrolls VI is likely years away from its actual release, it does give us something to look forward to.

The game contains PvP-which is also cross-platform, meaning a PC player can play against an iOS one.