The reports also claims that Microsoft has exclusive marketing for Splinter Cell as well as Elder Scrolls 6 among a few others.
Fans have been waiting for the new Elder Scrolls game for quite a while now. It has been 6 years since Skyrim came out and it was a massive hit. Since then, fans have been eagerly waiting for the new elder scrolls, but Bethesda has been milking the Skyrim cow, as we can see from Skyrim on Switch and Skyrim VR. But we might soon see Elder Scrolls 6 announced at E3. In a recent report by Rectify Gaming, it has been revealed that Microsoft will be exclusively marketing the following unreleased titles:
Battlefield 5 WW 2
Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Elder Scrolls 6
Madden NFL 19
This report also coincides with the rumors of the new Splinter Cell. Ubisoft had earlier teased the game a couple of years back, and they have big plans for the game apparently. Sam Fisher will also be coming to Ghost Recon: Wildlands in some way.
Coming back to Elder Scrolls now, if the Microsoft marketing report is accurate, we might see Elder Scrolls 6 in the upcoming E3. The source had previously revealed to Rectify Gaming about ReCore Definitive Edition and the Name of Xbox One, which proved to be surprisingly accurate. So it does seem like a reliable source.
And Microsoft and Bethesda have had their press conference on the same day, so we can expect Microsoft to reveal a teaser and a full reveal at Bethesda’s press conference.
With such a long time between releases, we can expect a lot of surprises from Bethesda as the E3. It is quite possible that the game has been in development. We do know that one of the games that Bethesda has been working on is Quake Champions, and Elder Scrolls 6 might be the other one.