Those who wish to register for early access before The Elder Scrolls: Blades becomes available to play later this year can head on over to Bethesda's official site right here and one can provide the company with details related to their account.
Bethesda fans can rest assured now; they weren't going insane. You come to your town which has been destroyed, and you need to rebuild it - and you can rebuild it how you like (and visit your friends' towns!). Instead, it's a title that they are working on that is somewhere on the horizon. Not Skyrim, not a Skyrim sequel, not a Skyrim spin-off, but a game that is actually being called The Elder Scrolls VI.
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At the same time, Square Enix will also unveiled a number of new trailers for the game at E3 2018 later this week. The list of "Video Games That May Never Actually Release" has just lost one of its most prominent members.
If you're really reaching for more information, you can try to figure out where the game will take place based on the teaser footage that we saw in the trailer. Unfortunately, it seems like gaining multiplayer capabilities for Fallout may have cost us the extensive amount of mods we've seen in previous games. After all, they've told us as much in the past.
This was officially announced as part of Bethesda's E3 presentation today. Head to our dedicated E3 2018 hub to see all the new releases, along with TechRadar's world-class analysis and buying advice about the next year in gaming.