But this may be known to The Elder Scrolls.
Gaming giant Bethesda is making fun of The Elder Scrolls-related.
In the post on the Twitter account of the series on December 31, Company tweeted Map image and title “Record the past, describe the future”. Of course, this may be just a message, I hope its fans a Happy New Year, but there are also fans who have speculated on its meaning.
As discovered by Rock Paper Shotgun, the map belongs to the Skyrim area and has three lights. One is through the “Skyrim Province” title of the map—also in the unmapped area of Hammerfell; the other is through the location of Solitude, the capital of Skyrim. The last ray of light came from a pile of coins, which apparently appeared in the 2020 Greymoor Expansion Collector’s Edition for “The Elder Scrolls Online.”
Honestly, who knows. There may be bigger things to worry about at present, such as some kind of global pandemic, we are actually cooking the earth, or the absurd and widening gap between rich and poor.
Maybe this is not the trailer for The Elder Scrolls 6 that many people hoped for. The title was announced as early as the 2018 E3 conference, but Bethesda once said that it will take some time before we understand this new project.
The company’s boss, Todd Howard, stated that it has made a huge technological leap in the creative engine of The Elder Scrolls 6 and StarCraft.
At the same time, Bethesda has been teasing the next chapter of its “Eder Scrolls Online” (Eder Scrolls Online) MMO, which seems to be set in “Li De”.
Microsoft announced in September 2020 that it would acquire Bethesda for $7.5 billion.