The Elder Scrolls 6 is still far from being released and is not expected to start until the next generation consoles arrive at the earliest. However, Bethesda has recently addressed some of the technologies that bring the game to life, and what it will potentially mean to leap forward for the franchise – at least in terms of graphics.
As described at PAX East 2019. Bethesda will use photogrammetry to scan realistic 3D environments and people into future games to make them more realistic. This should address some concerns regarding Bethesda's alternative game engine that uses it for its flagship title, and it should make a big contribution to ensuring that The Elder Scrolls 6 has a much better graphics than its Predecessor has.
Bethesda has already gave us an example of how the photogrammetry technique is used in The Elder Scrolls 6 . PAX East also unveiled that Shirley Curry, known as the Skyrim Grandma on YouTube, has been scanned and will be presented as an NPC to visit the player in The Elder Scrolls 6 .
The revelation that The Elder Scrolls 6 uses photogrammetry technology is one of the first concrete details that fans have about the game. Everything else is largely based on speculation. For example, a trademark dispute that Bethesda is currently involved in has led to the assumption that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be in redraft, but this must be officially confirmed or denied by all involved.
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Since The Elder Scrolls 6 is probably still a few years from launch, with some estimates it is scheduled for release in 2021. It's no surprise that the game skips E3 2019. Elder Scrolls Fans can count on seeing The Elder Scrolls 6 in action at E3 2020, as Sony's and Microsoft's next-gen consoles will likely have unveiled by then.
The Elder Scrolls 6 is under development for unspecified platforms.