Despite having been presented at E3 2018, we will have to wait long enough to know more about The Elder Scrolls VI. Don't expect it at the Summer Game Fest or other digital conferences that will replace E3 2020 this year (in fact, Bethesda will not have an event this year). Pete Hines, Vice President of Marketing and Communication of the company, states that "years" will pass until we know details of the game.
In the morning of this May 11, the executive replied on Twitter to a user who asked for information about the next The Elder Scrolls
Its after Starfield, which you pretty much know nothing about. So if youre coming at me for details now and not years from now, Im failing to properly manage your expectations.— Pete Hines (@DCDeacon) May 10, 2020
So if you come to me for details (from The Elder Scrolls VI) now and not years from now, I will fail to properly manage your expectations, " answer the manager from Bethesda.
The company announced The Elder Scrolls VI at E3 2018 with an "Official Announcement Teaser" where it was indicated that the game was in "pre-production"
For the past few years, the brand hasn't unveiled its upcoming games until its release was relatively close. However, the E3 2018 conference was starred by Fallout 76 and Wolfenstein: Youngblood, two multiplayer games. During the previous year they boasted as the publisher who continued to pay attention to titles single player.
At E3 2019, Tom Howard, the main person in charge of Bethesda Game Studios, assured that "they will not show anything" nor of Starfield