Even as The Elder Scrolls 6 release date seems distressingly out of reach, its online sister game The Elder Scrolls Online is exploring more and more regions of Tamriel. Players will surely be wondering what the MMORPG’s future might be, and whether it’ll continue alongside the main series of Elder Scrolls RPG games. The answer, it seems, is yes. That’s according to Rich Lambert, creative director at ESO developer ZeniMax Online Studios, who spoke to PCGamesN about what the next Elder Scrolls Online Chapter Greymoor will entail – and the future of the game. We asked whether the studio has plans to keep running The Elder Scrolls Online side by side with The Elder Scrolls VI when it arrives. “Yeah. Whenever it decides to arrive, yes”, he confirms. “We have a super healthy community. I think at E3 we announced we were at, like, 13.5 million players. We’ve added even more since then,” he explains, saying that the Elder Scrolls Online player count is now around the 15 million players mark.
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