The Elders Scrolls 6 is Coming Fast, and Here’s What it can Learn from Skyrim’s Factions

Nobody can deny the tremendous success of The Elder Scrolls series, and that alone speaks for itself about how big are the expectations for the sixth main installment. The Elder Scrolls 6 is expected to arrive in the near future, considering that the latest game from the series is already 9 years old. Considering also the fact that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be available for PS5 and Xbox Series X, we can bet that the game won’t be arriving until December 2020.

But as the launch of The Elders Scrolls 6 is approaching fast, there is already an endless amount of speculation online regarding what the game will bring.  But our expectation is that the game will draw some inspiration from Skyrim’s faction system. Let’s see precisely how:


One way is by interacting with other factions in various ways to change the scope of the landscape. Elder Scrolls 6 can utilize some dynamics in more depth, and by establishing more nuanced choices within the factions. For instance, sub-factions that can take root and change the trajectories in the timeline could be exploited. The way they interact with the larger landscape could also be improved.

More influence within

Elder Scrolls 6 will be featuring a huge location, and we shouldn’t forget that Skyrim provided the chance for players to climb the ranks within guild or faction, and even to take over the leadership. The factions became short on unique content once a certain point of the faction storyline was reached. Our bet is that Elder Scrolls 6 will drastically improve using this formula by adding a longer continuation for the factions’ sub-campaign after finishing the lineage of some Skyrim quests.

Besides the availability for Sony and Microsoft’s upcoming next-generation consoles, The Elder Scrolls 6 is expected to be running alo on the usual platforms: PC, Xbox One, and PS4.

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