Bethesda Celebrates 30th Anniversary of The Elder Scrolls Video Game Saga: What We Know and What’s Yet to Come

Bethesda confirms development of The Elder Scrolls IV and celebrates saga’s 30th anniversary

Bethesda marked the 30th anniversary of The Elder Scrolls video game saga on Monday with an announcement about the progress of the new installment, The Elder Scrolls 6. The company seized the opportunity to confirm that they are still working on the game, which has playable versions available, but specific details about the new story and release plans have not been revealed yet.

To celebrate the saga’s milestone, Bethesda shared a post on social media reflecting on the history of the game and providing some updates on the upcoming title. While Bethesda has confirmed that they are working on the next chapter of the saga, they are still in the early stages of development. However, they expressed their excitement about returning to Tamriel and playing early versions of the game.

Bethesda started developing The Elder Scrolls: Arena in 1994, which marked the beginning of RPG and open-world gameplay that is now synonymous with the series. Over time, Bethesda continued to develop The Elder Scrolls franchise with titles such as Daggerfall, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim, all of which received widespread acclaim upon their release in 2011.

In addition to the main series, Bethesda also released spin-off titles like The Elder Scrolls Online and The Elder Scrolls: Blades for mobile devices. They are also working on projects like The Elder Scrolls: Castles, a castle-builder game for smartphones.

Bethesda thanked fans for their support over the past 30 years and looked forward to celebrating another 30 years of The Elder Scrolls. Their commitment to developing new experiences for fans remains strong as they continue to explore new possibilities within their beloved franchise.

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