|Jayson Boral |||Aug 25, 2015 04:57 AM EDT|
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There wasn't any "The Elder Scrolls 6" at the Gamescom, at least not this year when they are trying to concentrate first on finishing "Fallout 4."
According to Christian Today, the speculations have been all wrong and it may take time before any talks about "The Elder Scrolls 6" development will materialize. "Fallout 4" is set to debut on November 10 and with little time to spare; they are pouring all their talent and time in the project. With the creation of DLC and additional patches for the game, "Fallout 4" will definitely take time to develop.
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In a similar statement, Hines also said that they are also looking after the development of "The Elder Scrolls Online" which was recently integrated to consoles along with its DLC content that sees through until 2016. Meantime, fans have to settle on playing "Elder Scrolls" which will receive the regular update from time to time. Bethesda admits that there are not enough staff that could support several game development at a time and the number of staff they have is just enough to support one game development.
During the development of "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim," Bethesda has the same amount of staff on their roster that is why it is impossible to expect another title at the moment. In response to fans who expected "The Elder Scrolls 6" to be available soon, Hines assured them that if they can be contented with the current "Elder Scrolls," there will be a quarterly DLC made available for its fans.
According to the DayHerald, the regular DLC release will be featured on Zenimax Online, along with other information about the game.
"Elder Scrolls Online" has been playable on several gaming platforms such as Xbox One, Play Station 4 and Windows PC for quite some time while the development of its own DLC has been simultaneously developed by Bethesda, other than that, there has been no promise of any "The Elder Scrolls 6" coming sooner than fans expect it to be.
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