Bethesda is scheduled for a presentation at the upcoming E3 2015 conference at the Los Angeles Convention Center from June 16 to 18 and speculation continues over the possibility of news about Elder Scrolls 6 and Fallout 4.
Although previous rumors suggested the developers would announce the first title, new information suggests that they will actually speak about the second. The release date name for Elder Scrolls 6 may be “Redguard,” and not “Argonia,” a Kotaku commenter claims, citing recently-filed trademark paperwork. “If it interests you, TES:6 is called Redguard too,” they write. “They’ve always trademarked the name of the next TES game the same year they release one.” The gameplay setting for Elder Scrolls 6 is rumored to take place in Argonia.
The title is also said to include new enemy characters with the possibility of dragons being removed from the game.
This speculation, however, has not been confirmed by Bethesda developers working on the title.
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