Elder Scrolls 6 Release Discussed By Bethesda At E3 2016

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The Elder Scrolls 6 has been a highly anticipated game, and during Bethesda?s press conference at E3 2016, the studio?s Todd Howard discussed the game?s release. According to Howard, the game is coming out, but the development team still needs time to plan several things, and the studio wants to make the game with better technology.

Howard confirmed that the company is indeed working on the game and the studio is loving it. However, Howard carefully chose his words carefully and said that while he could explain the whole game now, the studio still needs new technology to achieve what they want for the title.

According to Howard, Elder Scrolls 6 will not come out soon because they wish to introduce 2 more projects. Regarding the game?s release, he said that the studio needs better technology, which is not available at this moment, so it is hard to confirm any specific release date. According to him, the development team will need a lot of time to build what they have in mind.

Regarding the two upcoming projects, Howard said that they are going to be very big, something the studio has never done before. According to Howard, more info will come out about these projects before Elder Scrolls 6, and all of these titles will take a lot of time to develop before it hits stores.

During the E3 conference, Bethesda also revealed that the studio is not going to rush the games, with Howard saying, ?We don?t know how much time it will take.? Howard didn?t say much about anything concrete about the next projects, but it seems that they are what?s keeping Bethesda busy these days.

While it will take more time before Elder Scrolls 6 comes out, the studio has confirmed the Skyrim Remaster, which is going to hit shelves on October 26, 2016 for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The remaster will include mod support, just like the recently released Fallout 4 Creation Kit for Xbox One.

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