'The Elder Scrolls VI' or 'Skyrim 2' The Same As ‘Fallout 4’? [Gameplay & Rumors]

Dec 09, 2015 08:59 AM EST | By Althea Serad

"Fallout 4" remains a hot topic in recent days, but with that also comes several reports on "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2." Now a latest report is claiming that "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2" could be the same as "Fallout 4" in regard to elements and system.

According to Gaming Bolt, Bethesda is looking towards applying the same elements in "Fallout 4" to "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2" and see how things will pan out with the same medieval systems, albeit with a little tweak.

As noted in the Gaming Bolt article, it would be interesting to see "Fallout 4's" crafting system and settlement creation applied in the medieval set-up of "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2." There could reportedly be scavenging placed in either forest set-ups, vast fields or dungeons. As for the crafting, the setting is theorized to be inside the own home of a player, an inn or even a starting settlement.

Meanwhile, according to N4BB, "Fallout 4" is set to receive improvements which could eventually show in "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2." Along with the report, previous rumors of the game's setting being in "Argonia" resurfaces. Another possible setting mentioned is the Redguard region "Hammerfell."

However, it's worth noting a Digital Trends report claiming that there have been suggestions made on "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2" which include but are not limited to overhauled AI and a wider voice cast.

The latter would reportedly offer Bethesda some proper assistance if the company decides to immerse with NPC followers and give a voice to the player-character himself, just like with "Fallout 4," as suggested by MNR Daily.

As Bethesda improves "The Elder Scrolls VI" or "Skyrim 2" with an improved game engine, it would be more exciting to see more involved player-character features.

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