Daggerfall Gets a New Series – Elder Scrolls 6 Remains Behind

Since the developers for Elder Scrolls don’t rush with a 6 series of the game, they thought of a better idea. A Daggerfall revival. The developers are supposedly creating some new content for the game.

Julian LeFay, “The Father of The Elder Scrolls,” Ted Peterson, known for Arena to Oblivion, and Vijay Lakshman, united and created OnceLost Games, the newest indie games studio. The last one, Lakshman, is known as a lead designer and producer on Arena.

The newly created team made public recently on Discord their plans for Daggerfall. They explained that right now, the game is it in pre-production, and they are expecting some financing for the project, as well. Their announcement, however, offered some insights about the fact that the game will be “inspired [by] classic RPGs,” “a huge dynamic world to explore,” and “rich lore.” Until now, we have an Elder Scrolls strong vibe. Most significant, too, is the fact that the team promised something such “non-linear and branching endless quests.”

The developers, however, could have a goal like putting those systems a little farther out into the open. LeFay told fans last year on Reddit that “I’d be lying if I said that I wasn’t interested in doing a Daggerfall ‘sequel’, or maybe a Daggerfall reinvented.”

OnceLost Games lets fans hoping for “a massive open-world fantasy adventure,” something that will enhance revolutionary technology.

The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall appeared for the first time in 1996. The game was developed and published by Bethesda Softworks. Daggerfall is an open-world action role-playing video game, which features towns, villages, and dungeons. The game also features a spell-creation method, and players can develop their spells with many various effects. Players also got an excellent experience with the equipment enchantment system, skills like buying houses and ships, many items of clothing, becoming a vampire or werewolf, and more.

For the latest release, however, we don’t have to wait very much according to developers statement that “we’ll have an exciting announcement by the ned of the years.”

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie

Austin Barrie is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already published most of his work in a few books, he obviously talks about them in some of his pieces here.

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