The no-show wasn’t a shock, however one of many video games we might have beloved to see on the Xbox and Bethesda Game Showcase over the weekend is The Elder Scrolls 6. We know Bethesda has larger fish to fry—Starfield and all that—nevertheless it’s laborious to not need to see one thing from the Skyrim sequel. A teaser. A single screenshot. The phrase that comes after the colon, even. It’s been years because the announcement, in any case. Just give us a morsel.
And we’re not the one ones pining for The Elder Scrolls 6. Back in May throughout a PAX East panel, one notable Bethesda fan expressed an curiosity in some ahead progress on the subsequent game in The Elder Scrolls sequence.
Shirley Curry, aka Skyrim Grandma, rapidly rose to fame because the kindest and sweetest Skyrim YouTuber again in 2015 (she was 79 years outdated on the time) after her first Let’s Play of Skyrim turned wildly in style. Since then she’s turn out to be a beloved fixture within the Skyrim group and has over 1,000,000 followers on YouTube. There’s a mod that provides her as a follower in Skyrim, she’ll seem as an precise NPC in The Elder Scrolls 6, and she or he hosted her personal panel at Pax East earlier this 12 months.
It was through the Q&A portion of her panel that Curry was requested what she’d say to Todd Howard if he had been in attendance.
“How about ‘Hi’?” Curry stated, as reported by Rock Paper Shotgun who attended the panel. “No, I’d ask him to give me a cool game, and I’d ask him to hurry up and finish making Skyrim 6.”
The crowd erupted in applause and cheers. “I want to play it before I die,” she added, earlier than laughing together with the viewers.
Curry additionally stated she’d prefer to see extra “creepy stuff” in The Elder Scrolls 6. “I’m just not happy trying to find scary games,” she stated. “And I want one.” You can watch Curry’s full PAX panel right here, which begins together with her as soon as once more expressing shock that she’s so darn well-known. “I did not expect this to be this full,” she says to the group initially of the panel. “I thought it’d be about half.”
Meanwhile, in the case of Starfield, Curry stated she did not know if she’d play it or not. “I’ll have to wait until it comes out and see what it’s like.” That’s nice recommendation for everybody, straight from Skyrim Grandma.
Thanks, RPS and GameRant.