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The Elder Scrolls VI Is Currently In Early Development

Bethesda Game Studios’ next entry in The Elder Scrolls role-playing game series, The Elder Scrolls VI, is now in the early phase of development.

Speaking during an interview, Pete Hines, Head of Publishing at Bethesda Softworks, revealed that The Elder Scrolls VI is already in development. In response to a question regarding the game being in pre-production or conceptual phase, he stated that it is past those stages and is currently in actual development. Though, he clarified that the game is in its early stages of development.

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In response to another question regarding possible news on The Elder Scrolls VI, Hines stated that it could take years for that to happen. He said that the studio has put all of its studios focused on making this game the best it can be. He mentioned that, while there are people working on the game, fans won’t be hearing about it early, as Starfield is the studio’s focus for now, and it’s going to remain the top priority for a while before it starts talking about any other project.

Previously, leaked screenshots from Starfield had emerged online, revealing brand new information, including details on character traits and inventory management. The screenshots had allegedly been captured from an public QA build of Starfield. Additionally, it was revealed that Starfield’s updated Steam EULA now includes a reference to “Creation Credits”, suggesting that the Creation Club or paid mods service may be making a return. It is stated that the “Creation Credits” associated with the game are “Virtual Currency” and are subject to such terms and conditions.

Additionally, speaking during a recent Q&A session on Discord, Starfield Design Directors Will Shen and Emil Pagliarulo revealed that the game will feature a jail system, and that it will let players purchase multiple homes across different cities.

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