At the end of Bethesda's E3 press conference, the only thing anyone could talk for a while, The Elder Scrolls 6 . What was that? What would it be? Would it still be a single player game? How big would it be? When will it come out? And most importantly, where should it take place? These questions have been creepy on the minds of players and game journalists just since Bethesda bothered the game at the end of the press conference. Creative director Todd Howard finally broke his style of The Elder Scrolls 6 s teaser, revealing that what was on the screen in the trailer was actually part of where the game should be set, which has resulted in many players now dissect and discuss to try to figure out where exactly it is.
Talk to Eurogamer at the Gamelab event taking place in Barcelona, Spain, creative director Todd Howard actually created the players a hint of The Elder Scrolls 6 and where it is set says …  Ok, let's add a little context here. What Howard is talking about is that the first team is working is the game world. And we know that some unlucky idea about the world has been blurred because Howard revealed during the E3 interview with Geoff Keighley that The Elder Scrolls 6 is already in pre-production. The team already has a playable building of Starfield ready, but only the very first times until the next game of older Scrolls is underway.
But thanks to what Howard told Eurogamer, we now know that Bethesda far enough together in the pre-production phase of the development that the team has flattered the world's location and that the on-screen environment in the trailer is representative of the place where the game will be set.  This means that players who are busy enough may be able to determine the location based on a few landmarks that are on display in the trailer.
Given that Elder Scrolls is a sprawling world with lots of landslide and tons of places trying to figure out the exact area based solely on the small area that is on display in the trailer, going to be a big task for even the most proper of detectives.
However, the players are already concerned with discovering the location and finding out exactly how the The Elder Scrolls 6 will be located. The last game took place in Skyrim a few centuries after the events of The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion .
Whether the new game will move forward on time or not back in time will not be revealed anytime soon, but you'll probably have to keep an eye on Fallout 76 Releases Further News From Bethesda About It upcoming game.