‘The Elder Scrolls 6’ New Teasers, Release Date: The Reason Why Bethesda Won’t Show New Trailers Anytime Soon
It is not strange for a video game company to announce an upcoming title years before its intended release date. But once the official reveal happened, fans will most likely expect at least one new teaser every year leading up to the actual launch. In “The Elder Scrolls 6’s” case, fans have been hoping to see a new trailer of the game in 2019 after it was unveiled last year.
Fans may recall that Bethesda released a very short teaser during E3 2018 to officially announce “The Elder Scrolls 6” — even though most fans already knew it is in the pipeline. Since then the developers have been adamant that the game will not be released in a very long time. So, naturally, fans have been asking to know at least its release date window or to see another trailer with a little bit more detail to it.
With that, one of the most expected venues to release a new “The Elder Scrolls 6” trailer is this year’s E3 happening in June. However, Bethesda bosses have already dismissed the possibility of seeing new trailers during that convention. But fans can see the game in the works on Bethesda’s new game engine in a very short clip of “The Elder Scrolls” 25th-anniversary video.
During the PAX East panel for the franchise’s silver jubilee, Bethesda executive producer reiterated that “The Elder Scrolls 6” is being made through their new game engine. However, how this new tech will perform will be first witnessed in Bethesda’s new IP “Starfield” that is slated to be released before “The Elder Scrolls 6.”
Based on Howard’s words at PAX East, it appears that “The Elder Scrolls 6” will take more years to be completed. And it could be the primary reason why new trailers are not E3-bound this year.
"The Elder Scrolls 6" and “Starfield” might not even be at any gaming conventions in 2019. “That tech will have like the second version of it in TES6, and — before everyone asks — please be patient. It's going to be a long time. It's not something we're going to be talking about at E3 — either of those games — this year. And so patience, please,” Howard said.