Phil Spencer, Head Executive of Microsoft’s Xbox Gaming Division, revealed in an interview with GQ magazine that The Elder Scrolls VI will launch solely on Xbox and PC. Spencer revealed this data when speaking in regards to the Xbox and PC unique Starfield, which is able to launch someday in 2022. However, a possible launch date for The Elder Scrolls VI remains to be unknown. [Thanks, IGN Japan and GQ!]
Information relating to The Elder Scrolls VI stays sparse. Originally introduced in June 2018, Bethesda has revealed little to no details about the title. It supplied an replace relating to the game again in May 2020. However, it was revealed that customers might want to wait till the event on Starfield has run its course earlier than any main details about The Elder Scrolls VI is shared. One of the one issues Bethesda has launched relating to The Elder Scrolls VI is the preliminary announcement trailer.
However, within the interview with GQ, Spencer talks briefly in regards to the legacy of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and the way it has impacted the event of the following installment within the collection. Additionally, Spencer mentions that the expertise used to develop Starfield will present the bottom for next-generation options that may seem in The Elder Scrolls VI.
The Elder Scrolls VI is at the moment in growth and will launch solely for PC and Xbox.