The Elder Scrolls VI announced, new trailer released

Joanna Estrada
June 13, 2018

Well, I guess we've waited a "very long time", because Bethesda unveiled the first Teaser Trailer for the game during their E3 Showcase yesterday.

More intriguingly, Fallout 76 will be primarily online, a first in the series.

Fans of the Elder Scrolls series might recognize the name.

In the spirit of Fallout Shelter and Elder Scrolls Legends, Elder Scrolls: Blades is a mobile app taking place in the universe of one of Bethesda's great franchises. He indicated that Bethesda won't compromise on its vision just to get the game to work on those consoles, and leaving them behind in favour of newer hardware is "not out of the question".

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Starfield's main focus is going to be single-player.

A new standalone sequel to Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus was announced, titled Wolfenstein: Youngblood. He ensures this will allow gamers to play Blades anywhere, at any time, over a period of many years.

A new mobile game titled Elder Scrolls Blades was announced, promising a "pure Elder Scrolls game" with "console-quality graphics" on smartphones.

We only have a very short trailer to gather details from but the coastline and rocky, broken terrain suggests High Rock or Hammerfell, regions close to Skyrim within the Elder Scroll's world. Blades draws inspiration from the Elder Scrolls days of yore, with more Arena and Daggerfall-inspired experiences.

And finally, Bethesda confirmed the existence of The Elder Scrolls VI with a teaser.

In this guide we're going to take you through everything we now know about Elder Scrolls Blades including a look at its gameplay, its release date, pre-orders, the upcoming beta, and more. Typhon Hunter will be playable on virtual reality platforms, as well.

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