In a surprise announcement, Bethesda Game Studios revealed the existence of a playable version of “The Elder Scrolls VI” hidden in their building. The news was shared by the developer himself as part of a message celebrating the 30th anniversary of the franchise and its rich history.

The article takes a closer look at how “The Elder Scrolls” series has evolved since its beginning with “The Elder Scrolls: Arena” in 1994, through titles such as “Daggerfall,” “Morrowind,” “Oblivion,” and “Skyrim.” The franchise quickly gained popularity due to its immersive worlds and intricate storytelling, winning over gamers’ hearts.

As the message draws to a close, the focus shifts to the future of the franchise, specifically mentioning “The Elder Scrolls VI.” The game was announced in 2018 with only a short teaser released to the public. However, Microsoft, current owners of the franchise, hinted that it may not be available until 2028. Despite this long wait, fans remain hopeful and eagerly anticipate the next chapter in their beloved series.

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