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The Elder Scrolls 6 Rumors – Update Available with Technological Progress

The Elder Scrolls 6 is supposedly still in an early phase of development, as the title is expected to be released on next-generation consoles and PC only.

Technological Progress

The upcoming title of the Elder Scrolls franchise will run on next-gen consoles and PC only, which means that we will see immense graphical progress from the start.

However, past games from The Elder Scrolls universe (especially Skyrim) are notorious for their extended loading time. On Xbox 360 and PS3, Skyrim often took more than a minute to load a new area.

Thankfully, the new SSD technology present on new consoles will reduce loading time nearly to zero.

We expect Bethesda to make The Elder Scrolls 6 as impressive as they can imagine.

The game will be based on the Creation Engine unless the developer has some new game engine ready for action.

Game engines like the Creation Engine heavily focus on realism, which makes some gamers and experts concerned about the performance of the game for a simple reason – the more objects there are in space, the more difficult it is for a gaming console render it efficiently.


If the next game of the Elder Scrolls franchise gets released in the next five years (which it should), next-generation consoles will most likely be capable of running it to its fullest potential.

There are numerous rumors about the game, but it’s too soon to know anything for sure. Bethesda might have rushed a bit with the announcement trailer, which stirred up the fans’ community nearly two years ago.

One thing is certain – Bethesda sure takes its time to develop an Elder Scrolls game, but that means we’ll get a heavily polished game and an enjoyable experience.

Stay tuned to learn more details about The Elder Scrolls 6.

Catherine Whitaker

Catherine has been an active participant and contributor for V Herald for quite some time. Being a tech lover and a part of a popular local NGO, she loves to jot down news articles for Technology and science niches.

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