The Elder Scrolls 6 was announced back in E3 2019 without a proper title, with many fans seeing it as a rushed announcement because of that, especially since Bethesda revealed that they wouldn’t work on the game until Starfield was finished.
Fans will have to wait a long time to see what the real title of Elder Scrolls 6 is going to be, but hardcore fans do have a theory as to what the game will eventually be called, and it’s all due to a side quest in Skyrim.
What Will Elder Scrolls 6 Be Called?
While we have nothing to prove this, fans did notice that Bethesda’s parent company, ZeniMax Media, did get into a trademark dispute for “Redfall,” before they eventually managed to get it.
Granted, that name has not been confirmed for Elder Scrolls 6 but it does sound like a title for a Scrolls game and they even own the trademark.
Fans on Reddit are also theorizing that the main story will focus on the aftermath of a side quest where a plague forces people to vomit and have red skin.
As we stated, there is no definitive proof that Elder Scrolls 6 will be called Redfall so fans are definitely interested in seeing where that trademark will be used.
Bethesda really won’t budge about Elder Scrolls 6 right now since they are laser-focused on Starfield, wanting to branch out from being the guys who release Elder Scrolls and Fallout, but considering the sixth game’s announcement, you can’t blame fans for being impatient.
Right now, fans are more curious about Elder Scrolls 6 possibly appearing in other game consoles over anything else, though we’re sure an official title will get fans buzzing.
The hardcore fans will adore a title announcement since it will let them speculate about what Bethesda has planned but everyone else will just wait for a proper release date.
The Elder Scrolls 6 will be coming to the Xbox Series X in the future.