With The Elder Scrolls 6 details, we are still on the down low but we are not the only. Apparently, even if you are from the bloodline of the director of Bethesda game studios, Todd Howard, you still won’t get any information regarding The Elder Scrolls 6.
Yes, that seems to be the case all right, Todd Howard shared, on a recent edition of the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences podcast, The AIAS game maker’s Notebook, as spotted by Kotaku; A small exchange of dialogues he had with his son regarding the game.
When Todd Howard was asked about The Elder Scrolls 6, rather than giving out some details, he diverted the answers by telling a story.
Todd told us that his youngest son asked the same question, in fact, he asked when is the game coming out? Also adding that he will keep the details intact and will not tell anybody.
To which Todd was like ” I am not gonna talk about that”. Furthermore, his son asked him about ideas and opinions about the game. Again, Howard was blank to his own son on the topic of The Elder Scroll 6. This means that keeping details about the game under extreme NDA.
It has been seven years since Skyrim catapulted itself into existence, the developers have remained tight-lipped about the sequel to this ridiculously successful game about fighting dragons.
Although one thing is for sure that it is on its way, and we don’t know anything solid about it. There has been a lot of speculations going around regarding the game, still considering we are low on the details, there isn’t much that can be said.
Unless we hear something from the developers we are in the dark. Putting all that into context, in February we had the Bethesda vice president of PR and marketing Pete Hines mention that before Elder Scrolls 6 rolls out, the company has two more games being prepped, to release.
So don’t know what the developers are up to, but it would really help, if Elder Scrolls 6 Details came out because fans are all but anxious about the game.
One thing is for sure the game is being kept as a very classified project for now. Let us hope we hear something soon.