If recent rumors are to be believed, Bethesda, the developer and publisher of the "Elder Scrolls" series, has confirmed that they are releasing the next installment of the series called "Elder Scrolls VI: Argonia" sometime in March 2016.
According to a report in Master Herald, an alleged leak from Bethesda itself says that the game is set to be released in March 2016.
The sixth installment "will likely roll out to the Xbox One and the PlayStation 4 during the first quarter of the 2016," they reported, adding that that there is also a likelihood that the upcoming game will be revealed during the upcoming E3 in June 2015 in Los Angeles.
The Elder Scrolls is a series of action role-playing open world video game developed and published by Bethesda. The first game of the series was released in 1994 and the latest one "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim" was released in 2012. Also in 2012, Bethesda introduced "The Elder Scrolls Online" which brought in multiplayer features, but with a monthly subscription fee, which later became free to play.
The sixth game of the series is among one of the most-awaited games of the year. Prior to the reveal of the game's title indicating Argonia as the place where it will start, there were several reports about possible areas that the game could cover. One such report in Movie Pilot speculates that it may be Akavir, a brutal land inhabited by four collective but unrelated races.
Other game details that were supposedly shared include a multiplayer mode that will allow players to play with other players, but as a different character from the character that they use in the single player mode. This is apparently similar to the set-up in "The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim."
The game will also supposedly start in the Black Marsh, and then players can travel to other parts of Tamriel such as Morrowind, Hammerfall, Cyrodill and Skyrim.