The Elder Scrolls 6 Setting is probably kidding

The Sheikh Manuscripts 6 The release date might be years later, but it looks like Bethesda Game Studios may have just bothered setting up the game that’s supposed to arrive on the PS5, Xbox Series X, and PC. While the next installment is in The Sheikh Scrolls The series was announced back in 2018, so we actually don’t know anything about the game. However, by going to Twitter and via the series’ official account, Bethesda may have hinted at where the next game might take players.

The post, which is wishing its followers a happy New Year, sounds very innocent, but it comes with Skyrim Map and the caption “Copy the past and map the future.” Again, at rooftop level there doesn’t seem to be much of this, but there are also some strange lights on the map. One of these lights is in Solitude, the capital of Skyrim. The second appears slightly off the map, indicating its placement is irrelevant. However, the third is located in the vicinity, Hammerfell.

As you know, the current speculation – fueled in part by rumors and leaks – is that the next game is, at least in part, going to happen in Hammerfell, which makes this random mode of lights actually a little fishy.

For now, take everything here with a great deal of salt because it’s just speculation. However, it ended Reddit, Fans pointed out the above notes and how the combination of caption, map, lights, and locations involved is both interesting and suspicious to say the least.

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At the time of publication, Bethesda has not commented on any of these speculations in any capacity. If this is a real fluff, there is no way to change this. However, if it’s just baseless speculation, there’s a chance Bethesda will crush it. If that happens, we’ll make sure to update the story. In the meantime for more coverage about the game and everything related to gaming – including the latest news, rumors, leaks, deals, guides, reviews and more – click Here.

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