Fans of “The Elder Scrolls” series are waiting for the sixth iteration of the game. For those who are tingling to get their hands on “The Elder Scrolls 6,” according to new reports the title is coming out in the year of 2017 and will have a similar settlement settings as “Fallout 4”
Bethesda usually releases a new Elder Scrolls game every 4 years, so it is also possible that “The Elder Scrolls 6” will arrive in 2019. Experts suggest that ‘Fallout 4’ is out of the picture, the upcoming “The Elder Scrolls” title is still not coming out this year.
Although DOOM just released, one eagle-eyed fan of the brutal shooter has already played through enough of the game’s single player campaign to come across an Easter egg which alludes to the fate of the Last Dragon-Born from game publisher Bethesda’s incredibly successful action-RPG, Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim. Of course, with DOOM being set in what developer id Software would necessarily consider to be Hell, the outcome for the Dragon-Born is not a pretty one.
The first unlock in line is the actual Blade of Woe itself. The ebony dagger is not equipped in a traditional sense, and instead, players will able to use the Blade of Woe by simply sneaking up behind a target. The blade is activated like a synergy in The Elder Scrolls Online, and using, will instantly kill a target. The Blade of Woe cannot be used on other players or major aims, though. The last unlock in the line gives the player a 15 percent chance to go completely unnoticed while using the Blade of Woe means that no one will see the assault and no bounty will be applied.