Elder Scrolls 6 rumored 2016 release; Doom and Fallout 4 also part of Bethesda E3 lineup?


No official date has been released yet for Bethesda’s Elder Scrolls 6:Argonia, or whether or the game will change its name to Redguard, but fans are hoping that the studio will make an official announcement about the game in this year’s E3.

This marks the first time for the company to join the major event and gamers are already expecting the studio to maximize its exposure by showcasing their best games before a hard core audience.

Fans have high expectations for the studio following the success of the Elder Scrolls series, a game developed in 1994 which proceeded to bag the Game of the Year award for its last three versions.

According to a report by Ecumenical News, there are rumors that Elder Scrolls 6 will be released sometime in 2016 but gamers are still expecting the studio to make a major announcement at the event.

However, there is also the possibility that Bethesda could drum up attention for other games in their lineup like the Elder Scrolls Online:Tamriel Unlimited which has a June 2015 release on XBox One and Playstation 4.

It could also be about the newest version of Doom, the successful shooter game which could bring new innovations to the gameplay of the old school franchise.

The studio is also rumored to show a detailed video of the gameplay of Fallout 4 which has fans excited since the last version of the game was released in 2008, IGN reported.

Meanwhile, a report by Master Herald all but discounted any announcement of Elder Scrolls 6 but said that the possible 2016 release could give fans more room to speculate on various aspects of the game such as location.

Accoding to MH writer Arash Fekri, there are plenty of untapped possibilities based on what was not covered by the first five games in the series.

“It is likely that the setting of the “Elder Scrolls 6″ will be on the southernmost region or those four provinces of Tamriel which have not been explored yet including Summerset Isles, Valenwood, Elswyr, and Black Marsh,” he said.