This summer they will be fulfilled four years since we first saw the logo of The Elder Scrolls VI at the Bethesda press conference during E3 2018. Already then it was said that the new game in the fantastic role-playing saga was in the development phase. preproduccin and that we should not expect it for the near future, but as it seems the development can continue in that state despite the fact that several years have passed since its official announcement, or at least that is what the LinkedIn profile of Fanny Manset, responsible for hiring in the company.
As the user has noticed Timur222 on Twitter, Manset’s profile on LinkedIn gives some information about the development of The Elder Scrolls VI: Apparently, the new The Elder Scrolls could still be in the pre-production phase, waiting for the development of Starfield, which at the moment is still dated for November 11 of this year. “Bethesda Game Studios sets the benchmark for open world gaming and is currently in full production of Starfield, his first new universe in 25 years, and in the pre-production of the highly anticipated The Elder Scrolls VI“, we can read in the profile of Fanny Manset.
^ I guess the keyword being “still” in pre-production.
It was in pre-production when it was announced.
And full production will likely begin after Starfield.https://t.co/ThHORIhYSy— Timur222 (@bogorad222) January 21, 2022
In fact, this is information that Bethesda has already dropped on occasion: the Todd Howard, Executive Producer, Bethesda Game Studios, said last year that the ideal is to think that The Elder Scrolls VI is still at a very early stage of development, even though technical advances are already happening because “the Creation Engine 2 technology is more or less being built for the two games, it’s like a new technical basis“, he explained referring to Starfield.
That way it seems that there is still time for us to see The Elder Scrolls VI, a game that, like Starfield, aim to be exclusive to Xbox Series X/S and PC.