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In further proof that taking note of Michael Pachter’s sage wisdom is probably a bad idea, the notorious industry analyst has gone on record to predict The Elder Scrolls VI will be launching in 2019.
The internet has been puzzling for months over just where The Elder Scrolls VI is going to be set, although a new trademark filing from Bethesda has proffered our biggest clue yet. Elder Scrolls developer Bethesda Game Studios has filed a new trade trademark for Redfall, possibly hinting at what the sixth game in the series could be called.
Welcome to day 2 of the semi final voting poll. Just this poll is left to decide which two most anticipated games will meet in our GD World Cup Finals. A surprise turn of events here in this gaming world cup semi final, is that both games are courtesy of the publishing giant Bethesda. So Bethesda obviously know what the gaming community are looking for in future games. Either that or they are just genius at marketing hype. This semi final will put a new IP known as Starfield up against The next Elder Scrolls game.
One of the big draws of any new Elder Scrolls game is just where in the huge landmass of Tamriel it’s going to be set. We’ve had Skyrim, Cyrodiil, Morrowind, High Rock, Solstheim, and Hammerfell, to name but a few, but where will the recently announced The Elder Scrolls VI be set?
With the announcement of not one, not two, but three all-new Bethesda Game Studios titles last, I’ve been busy riding the hype by diving back into Fallout 4. Despite all the criticisms that get thrown its way, Fallout 4 ain’t a bad game. But there’s a big sticking point and one that’s been with me since their introduction in Skyrim - the dreaded Radiant Quests.
Bethesda closed of its E3 2018 press conference today with the announcement of something we’ve all been waiting for - The Elder Scrolls VI.
We've come a long way since 2011's Skyrim, I'm sure you'll agree. Games look heaps better and the original Skyrim certainly looks of a different time now. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is a halfway step to modern graphics, improving Skyrim's visuals in just about every way Bethesda can without remaking the entire game. Art and effects have been remastered. Volumetric lighting added, dynamic depth of field, screen space reflections and more. A half-step in graphical advancement would ordinarily indicate a half step in hardware demands, but as it turns out The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition is heaps more demanding than the original Skyrim. 
Skyrim has been around for over a year now, but Bethesda are still working on it, and we've got a hands on review of the first DLC - Dragonborn.
Bethesda has confirmed that it will release a special edition of it's critically-acclaimed RPG title Skyrim titled - The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Premium Edition.
The new and somewhat controversial DLC for The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has been released on the 4th of October.

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