'The Elder Scrolls 6' release date announcement at E3 this year?


Rumors have it that Bethesda Game Studios may be making an announcement regarding its highly anticipated game, “The Elder Scrolls 6” also known as “Skyrim 2” during this year’s Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show.

According to Gaming Bolt, based on the hints found in the recently released downloadable content for “Fallout 4” titled “Automatron,” a secret may have been found on a lunch box.

Some game enthusiasts deem that the item stands out because the stickers are placed on the sides, not its front or the back similar to others. Interestingly, the sticker spells out one word – ‘June’ which is when the annual E3 is regularly being held. What may have added to the assumption is that, it is noted that no Vault Dweller is named June in the game, only June Warwick whose character is different, so the lunch box cannot belong to him.

However, instead of confirming the successor for 2011’s “Skyrim,” it is also possible that another wave of additional content may be revealed for “Fallout 4.” It remains to be seen if this comes to fruition.

“Skyrim” game director Todd Howard teased earlier this month that Bethesda has three big projects on the go but remained mum on what they are specifically saying, “They’re a long way off. I think the larger point was, no-one should expect to hear about those anytime soon. We always overlap projects. We just have more going on now than we had before.”

When it comes to the gameplay, the location could take place among the areas of “The Elder Scrolls: Arena” map which have not been featured yet in the other iterations in the franchise. These include Valenwood, Elsweyr, and Black Marsh (also known as Argon) and even Morrowind. It may also be powered by a new game engine.

Neither Bethesda nor any of the game developers have commented on the matter, so available information should be taken with a grain of salt.