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The Elder Scrolls VI To Launch on 2024 – Rumor

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New rumors about The Elder Scrolls VI suggest that Bethesda is planning to launch the game in 2024, an anonymous user explains to the Elder Scrolls Fandom Community what’s new for the upcoming game and how will developers make the most of the next-gen consoles.

Disclaimer – This information has not been verified, therefore this is not factual.

I also know that it will release in Q4 2024 and one of the DLC’s will be on Stros M’Kai, which will cater a lot to the ship mechanic.

The user who goes by the name, Throwaway13579, claims to have received the information thanks to the remote work policy enforced by the COVID-19.

His lengthy leak is well structured and details several aspects of the project, he says the game will be called The Elder Scrolls VI: Redfall, and would take place in the High Rock and Hammerfell six years after the events of Skyrim. He claims that Bethesda is planning to take full advantage of the upcoming generation of consoles to create “huge, epic battle scenes with dozens if not hundreds of characters battling on-screen in real-time”.

Graphics are impressively overhauled, Direnni Tower will play a major role in the main questline and will be spotted from many places on the map.  The climax of the game would take place on the Isle of Balfiera, ship travel will be featured in the game. For this purpose, Bethesda is implementing vehicle mechanics created for Starfield.

The Elder Scrolls VI will also include several different ships, light customization will be featured. NPC can be the crew of the ship, similar to how Fallout 4 allows players to assign NPCs to different jobs.

Finally, the leaker claims that Starfield will launch in 2021. Throwaway13579 information should be taken with a grain of salt as he does not offer any kind of proof to back his affirmations.

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