The Elder Scrolls VI is the next titles from the popular Elder Scrolls franchise, but it is years away from us. Fans hope that Elder Scrolls VI will look like and will be played more like The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind. All the games from the franchise (The Elder Scrolls: Arena, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim), take place in a classic Western Fantasy setting. We meet with wizards, orcs, elves, kings, queens, dragons, and pretty much any creature wanting to destroy it.
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind placed players into the Dark-Elf homeland of Morrowind, a place where you could find volcanic ash, ruled by noble houses, and filled with mysterious wildlife. Morrowind has left their mark on us, and we want to see more of it in the future games.
They should bring back spears, custom spells, and levitation
Elder Scrolls has expanded from PC to console, and some features were left forgotten in the past. Skyrim did not have the spell customization from Morrowind and the Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, which allows players to create spells with unique attributes. Levitation, teleportation, and weapons such as spears and throwing stars were also left forgotten. We are hoping that, with the next game, Bethesda has a chance to reintroduce these features into the upcoming games.
A mysterious world to explore
The world of Morrowind was dream-like. Players were able to discuss philosophy with gods, or wear armors made from insect shells, or send a explore the ruins of a dwarf civilization in order to destroy the killer robots. Fans want to see a similar fantasy world in Elder Scrolls VI, with alien flora and fauna, with some exotic weapons and philosophical thoughts.