Many ardent gamers may agree that Bethesda’s “The Elder Scrolls 6” could definitely be learning its lessons from how the “Fallout 4,” has been received.

According to report on Master Herald, “Fallout 4” lacked a punching storyline as well as a great UI. And since all eyes have been set on the “The Elder Scrolls 6” with speculations and rumors running wild.  The studio would want to push out the best, to keep its fans connected to the franchise. According to report, with drawbacks on the role-playing title “Fallout 4” as well as “The Elder Scrolls Online: Tamriel Unlimited” released last year, makers could learn a lesson or two in order to please the most ardent games.

As per report, Bethesda could incorporate “a more comprehensive dialogue system” and amp-up the role-playing with its next title. “The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim” was so well received that many speculate there is a “The Elder Scrolls 6: Skyrim 2” in the works. A report on MoviePilot citing discussion between Redditors, revealed that fans would also appreciate a weapon forging feature as seen on “Fallout 4.”

Furthermore, rewards should be granted in the upcoming title to those players who have completely aced one or two particular skills. Naturally, the perfect location for the game was also discussed and it included names like Elsweyr, Valenwood, and The Summerset Isles.

A report on Christian Today points out how incorporating “more detailed cutscenes” will easily tie the plot together and bring to front minor details that players may miss out on in their quest for monsters. While all these additions would be great, it appears that “The Elder Scrolls 6” won’t be coming out anytime soon. Earlier reports have indicated that fans may have to wait until 2019 as the studio will be focusing on “Fallout 4” DLCs, “The Elder Scrolls: Legends,” a mobile game in the works, among other projects.

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