"Elder Scrolls 6" isn't coming out anytime soon. Bethesda, the studio behind huge franchises like "Fallout," "Doom" and "Elder Scrolls," is tight-lipped on the issue. This didn't stop the fans from speculating and predicting the story and the gameplay of the fantasy role-playing game. Some of the rumors mention the game would be set in Argonia, a fictional region in the "Elder Scrolls" world.
In an interview with Pete Hines, the Vice President of Marketing and PR (via Telegraph) said: "It's rare to have franchises like the ones we have and to have people joking about 'when "Skyrim 2" coming out?' The reason they say that is because generally speaking that's what you'd be getting with another publisher in charge. They'd be spitting out a 'Skyrim 2' the year after or two years later. That's just not how we view it."
This just proves how this studio stands out from other AAA developers trying to make sequel after sequel of games that eventually lead to making mediocre ones. Fans of the franchise can just be patient and hope that an official announcement is made in the upcoming E3 in Los Angeles this June.
In related news, Bethesda studios is preparing for their game "Doom" which is set to be available internationally beginning May 13, 2016. This is one of the games the studio presented in last year's E3 along with the previously released "Fallout 4." For those who are unfamiliar, "Doom" is a shooter game that was initially released in 1993 and is now getting a remake that will be played with today's consoles. The newest feature of the game is "Doom Snap Map" wherein players can now create and share their map creations.
Bethesda also revealed the contents of the collector's edition which contains a replica of one of the main monsters in the game. The collector's edition is priced at $119.99.