Since the announcement of The Elder Scrolls 6 in the summer of 2018, the long-awaited role-playing game from Bethesda has been very quiet again. And it will probably stay that way for a long time. According to Bethesda, fans shouldn't expect a release anytime soon. In addition, the release of Starfield is pending. And information about the sci-fi game is still very rare. Still, a tweet from Bethesda is now fueling speculation about the possible area of ​​The Elder Scrolls 6. There is a map of the provinces of Skyrim.

One of the three candles is placed in the lower left corner. The term "Hammerfell" can be read just above the light. There have been rumors in the past that Hammerfell will be the location of The Elder Scrolls 6. And also the chosen words of the tweet "Transcribe the past and map the future"Fans currently see as a hint for the successor. Further assumptions can be found on Twitter and in the Reddit forum.

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Recently, rumors of a Netflix series for The Elder Scrolls also made the rounds. In the style of The Witcher, it is said to be a story from the world of the Bethesda video game series. A confirmation of the series is still pending. Last year, Bethesda was acquired by Microsoft. So far, those responsible have not yet commented in detail on how and when titles like Starfield or The Elder Scrolls 6 (buy now ) will also appear on PlayStation.

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