The Elder Scrolls fans get more and more excited about the chance that Elder Scrolls 6 could be going into full development. Bethesda is announcing other project status.
There are various Bethesda comments and job postings that seem to be suggesting that the follow-up to Skyrim aka The Elder Scroll 6 could be preparing to enter full production at Bethesda Game Studios and this could also be happening sooner than anyone would have thought.
The Daily Star online publication reveals that there are a few job listings that reveal various vacant jobs at the development studio.
Bethesda is hiring
More than that, it’s been revealed that some of these listings are even suggesting that work on the sci-fi game RPG Starfield might be wrapping up and allowing more people to move onto The Elder Scrolls 6.
On Reddit, users are saying that “Bethesda is hiring new roles that definitely point towards The Elder Scrolls 6 development.”
A user also offers the link to the announcement.
The same user writes that there are a few key points of this listing:
- “Bethesda Game Studios is looking for talented programmers to join our team that is pushing the bleeding-edge of RPG development for the PC and consoles.”
- “Collaborate on the implementation of new gameplay features: player and characters’ behaviors, combat and powers mechanics, user interface, etc.”
Bethesda did not reveal any official announcements about either Starfield or The Elder Scrolls 6 since these were first unveiled at the E3 2018.
The online publication mentioned above words that back in August 2019, Bethesda boss Todd Howard suggested that the team is making the game ideally playable for at least a decade.
“We’re eight years post-Skyrim,” Howard said in a video interview with IGN. He continued and said, “It lets us know going into Elder Scrolls 6 that this is a game we need to design for people to play for a decade at least.”