Bethesda’s Starfield trailer could be a clue about The Elder Scrolls 6

Bethesda Softworks officially revealed Starfield, its extremely prepared for brand-new role-playing video game, on Sunday throughout the Xbox display. And in a surprise twist, eagle-eyed fans on Reddit have actually discovered what they believe might be a teaser for Bethesda Video game Studios’ next brand-new video game: The Senior Citizen Scrolls 6. We’ve seen the proof, and … yeah. There might absolutely be a huge, fat Easter egg concealed in plain sight.

[Warning: This story could contain spoilers for the next game in The Elder Scrolls series of single-player RPGs.]

The last single-player video game in The Senior Scrolls series, The Senior Citizen Scrolls 5: Skyrim, was launched almost a years back. Given that 2011, the video game has actually been ported to almost every digital platform, consisting of the Nintendo Change and virtual truth. What fans have actually actually been yearning is a brand-new video game, and we understand that The Senior Citizen Scrolls 6 has actually remained in advancement for a long time. However initially comes Starfield, which won’t be out till November 2022.

So where will The Senior Scrolls go next? Fans are looking really carefully at a strange little scratch seen on the control panel inside the Constellation starship Frontier.

A still from the Starfield trailer showing a dashboard terminal

Image: Bethesda Softworks/YouTube

At the 1-minute 17-second mark in the Starfield teaser trailer, an astronaut launches his starship in the traditional way — by turning 3 turn on the control panel. If you want to the right-hand side of the screen you’ll discover a noticeable little bit of weathering there on the dash’s chrome real estate.

Computer system, boost:

A fuzzy image that could be anything, really.

A screen capture of a close-up area of the Starfield trailer.
Image: Bethesda Softworks/YouTube

Golly, that looks a dreadful lot like a map, doesn’t it? Time to collect some main sources, by which I suggest The Senior Citizen Scrolls 4: Oblivion Collector’s Edition and its consisted of sourcebook, A Pocket Guide To The Empire.

An image of a map of Tamriel from A Pocket Guide To The Empire, published with TES 4: Oblivion’s Collector’s Edition.

Image: Charlie Hall/Polygon

Let’s do a little overlay magic while we’re here.

That looks a dreadful lot like Tamriel’s West coast, consisting of all of High Rock and a part of Hammerfell. Yes, that might simply be a random scratch on the dash, however the prominence of its positioning in the trailer, its seclusion within the frame, and simply the obvious shape of the important things appears like Bethesda may be tipping its hand.

So, what could be waiting on gamers because area of Tamriel? According to A Pocket Guide, High Rock is a land of rolling hills divided by a huge range of mountains. In the time of TES 4, it’s house to the Bretons however, depending upon when this next video game is set, it might likewise have a substantial contingent of High Fairies and Orks. Hammerfell, on the other hand, is generally a land ruled by the Redguard. Its dry, desert environments have actually been house to these warriors for generations.

If you’d like a taste of what may be in shop with The Senior Citizen Scrolls 6 you don’t have too far to go. The Senior Citizen Scrolls Online currently consists of both of these areas, which consist of the Daggerfall Covenant. Simply remember that the occasions of that MMO occur about 1,000 years prior to the occasions of Skyrim. Furthermore, The Senior Citizen Scrolls 2: Daggerfall is complimentary to download today.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.