Now that "Fallout 4" has proven to be a successful game, talks are now focused on Bethesda's next likely project, "Elder Scrolls 6" or "Skyrim 2."
It appears that fans will have to wait longer before they get their hands on a "Skyrim" sequel, because Bethesda's vice president of marketing, Pete Hines, hinted that it will be a "very long time" before the company will talk about its next project, Dual Shockers reported.
Despite not having a confirmed release date, the hype for "Elder Scrolls VI" won't seem to die down. Fans even took to forums to discuss what Bethesda should include in the next installment.
According to MoviePilot, a group of Redditors discussed some of the features that the game developer should include for "Elder Scroll VI" or "Skyrim 2."
One fan reportedly wanted the sequel to feature weapon forging, just like how it is in "Fallout 4." MoviePilot also gathered that most fans would want the upcoming game to grant rewards to players who are focused on a couple of skills.
It gets boring to have a player max out on all skills, and fans reportedly wanted to play a character considered to be exceptional, but only when it comes to a few specific skills.
"Elder Scrolls" players have also voiced out their ideal location for the next game. Some of the names dropped include Elsweyr, Valenwood, and The Summerset Isles. According to MoviePilot, Elsweyr is the ideal location for the game as it offers a balance of tropical forests and rocky mountains.
Meanwhile, GamingBolt also shared some of its ideas on what the next game should feature. According to the news outlet, more detailed cutscenes should be included in "Skyrim 2." The cutscenes are considered important to bring to light the plot points that players are likely to miss out on especially when searching for the next monsters.
In addition, GamingBolt mentioned that cutscenes should make the game more interesting to watch and play.