This is all the latest information on Bethesda’s prospective The Elder Scrolls VI game, including when we can expect it to release, any gameplay and story details, and more.
The popularity of The Elder Scrolls: Oblivion and Skyrim helped the Elder Scrolls name to skyrocket and become, arguably, the role-playing series in the industry.
Earlier games such as Morrowind were already excelling in creating incredibly detailed open-world adventures for players to lose hours to. However, it’s the two recent entries that took the series from revered but niche RPG to mainstream success.
Fans now look towards the future with the sixth official game in the series currently in development, and here’s what we know about it so far.
When does The Elder Scrolls VI release?
It was back at E2 2018 when we finally received official confirmation that the much-anticipated game was in development. Aside from ongoing content being pumped out for The Elder Scrolls: Online, the last fully-fledged Elder Scrolls was The Elder Scrolls: Skyrim that first came out in 2011.
It has since been re-released multiple times, across different consoles – much to the resignation of Elder Scrolls fans hoping for a new game.
Since The Elder Scrolls VI was first teased by Bethesda, there has been no official date as to when we can expect the game.
If the scoop of one game reporter is to be believed, then it’s possible that we may not see the game until 2026 at the earliest.
Despite Bethesda’s size and stature, they are currently working on multiple projects at the moment such as a new Indiana Jones game, the almost mythical Starfield, Elder Scrolls: Online content, and more. Given some of the problems that Bethesda faced regarding their last big RPG title – Fallout 76 – they may be doing their utmost to ensure the game is as perfect as can be.
Here is the official announcement trailer for the game:
Which platforms will The Elder Scrolls 6 be on?
In a truly stunning turn of events, Microsoft announced in September 2020 that they had acquired Bethesda in an eye-watering $7.5 billion deal.
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The announcement sent shockwaves throughout the gaming world, leading many to question the future of forthcoming Bethesda developed and published video games.
In an interview with Games Industry, Bethesda Director and Executive ProducerTodd Howard discussed the availability of The Elder Scrolls VI. When asked about it only being exclusive to the Xbox systems, he commented that it would be “hard to imagine.”
The details of Microsoft’s partnership with Bethesda are still quite vague, and it hasn’t been made clear which games will be Xbox exclusives, which will be timed-exclusives, and which will receive general releases.
TES6 gameplay and story details
Right now, we don’t really know anything about the gameplay or story outside of what’s been seen in the announcement trailer.
At the 2020 Develop: Brighton conference, Todd Howard sat down to discuss what was going on with Bethesda and provided some new updates on their game engine and how it would affect The Elder Scrolls VI.
In relation to the updated game engine, he said, “It’s taken us longer than we would have liked, but it’s going to power everything we’re doing with Starfield and Elder Scrolls 6. When people see the results, they’ll hopefully be as happy as we are with what’s on the screen and also how we can go about making our games.”
Some of Bethesda’s open-world games have taken a bit of criticism for perhaps not delivering the visuals and performance that other similar games had been producing.
We assume that The Elder Scrolls will still largely follow in the footsteps of previous games in the series by providing a core-RPG experience. Focusing on intricate customization and character building in a vast world filled with daring side quests and a juicy main story.
Understandably, everything is a bit obscure regarding The Elder Scrolls VI details are obviously being very secretive and protective of its details.
As concrete information begins to filter through, we’ll be sure to update this page with crucial information regarding The Elder Scrolls VI.
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Can you play Apex Legends Mobile with a controller?
Apex Legends Mobile has arrived on Android and iOS. Here’s everything you need to know about the game’s controller support.
Apex Legends Mobile is finally here, but some players still prefer to use a trusty controller over the touchscreen controls. Here’s everything we know about Apex Legends Mobile’s controller support.
After months of playtests, Apex Legends Mobile was finally released on Android and iOS on May 17, 2022. It features many of the same Legends and weapons as the main game, as well as the mobile-exclusive Fade, all on your mobile phone or tablet.
But even with its fully-fledged touchscreen controls, some players prefer having a controller in their hands when playing first-person shooters. Here’s everything we know about Apex Legends Mobile’s controller support.
- Does Apex Legends Mobile have controller support?
- When is controller support coming to Apex Legends Mobile?
Does Apex Legends Mobile have controller support?
Apex Legends Mobile does not have controller support at launch but the devs have confirmed that it’s on the way.
Speaking at a press event ahead of Apex Mobile’s launch, the developers said they understand that many prefer to use a controller over the touchscreen controls. “It is super important for us, we understand usability issues, and how much fun it is,” explained one of the devs.
They confirmed that controller support is in the works for Apex Legends Mobile but unfortunately, it didn’t make it to the game for launch.
When is controller support coming to Apex Legends Mobile?
While there’s no concrete timeframe, Apex Legends Mobile’s developers confirmed that controller support should come in the “very near future.”
They explained that “We’re actively exploring [controller support] but haven’t quite got it right.” When exactly it will arrive is anyone’s guess, but it should be here before the end of 2022.
Although there is no official support for it, players can actually pair their Bluetooth controller with their phone and use it. The controllers that are compatible and can pair with your mobile device include the following:
- Xbox Series X/S controller
- Xbox One controller
- PlayStation DualSense controller
- PlayStation 4 controller
- Razer Kishi
Simply activate the pairing mode for the controller and find it on your mobile’s Bluetooth devices section. This will allow you to use the controller on Apex Mobile, but unfortunately, as there is no support for the feature, it can be buggy, especially when it comes to customizing your layout.
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When controller support arrives, we’ll be breaking down how to use it and the best controller settings to dominate Apex Legends Mobile.
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How to complete FIFA 22 Thomas Lemar TOTS SBC
Ultimate Team players can secure a dominant midfielder by completing the Thomas Lemar LaLiga TOTS SBC in FIFA 22.
French midfielder Thomas Lemar is available via SBC during the FIFA 22 TOTS promo. Here’s how to complete the FIFA 22 Lemar LaLiga TOTS SBC with the cheapest solution.
The TOTS promo is currently shining a light on LaLiga with players doing their best to secure the elite that Spain has to offer. EA have delivered a few SBCs as a part of the LaLiga TOTS promo including a Flashback Isco SBC and Iago Aspas TOTS SBC.
Now, players can get their hands on Atletico Madrid midfielder Thomas Lemar. While the French International usually plays out wide on the left-wing, this TOTS card makes for an interesting change by having him positioned as a CM.
Here’s what you need to know about the FIFA 22 Lemar TOTS SBC, including the cheapest solution.
FIFA 22 LaLiga TOTS Lemar SBC stats
While LaLiga has some incredible CMs to pick from, Lemar’s French nationality is a huge asset, and you’ll be able to get him into a variety of teams outside of LaLiga given the popularity of French players. Due to the position change, Lemar’s Physicality and Defending stats have received huge boosts.
You can utilize Lemar as a CAM, CM, and even CDM, with great success, and with his 94 Short Passing and 93 Long Passing, Lemar will prove to be an excellent distributor of the ball regardless of his positioning in your midfield. Lastly, his 95 Stamina will have you covering the entire pitch for 90 minutes.
How to complete FIFA 22 Lemar TOTS SBC
To complete this SBC, players will need to give up three squads: France, Top Form, and LaLiga. With a value of around 210,000 coins, Lemar is only slightly overpriced, but those who have extra fodder should consider completing this FIFA 22 SBC.
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You can check out the cheapest solution below.
- # of players from France: Min 1
- Squad Rating: Min 82
- Team Chemistry: Min 70
France solution – Cost: 10,000 coins
Top Form requirements
- # of TOTW or TOTS players: Min 1
- Squad Rating: Min 85
- Team Chemistry: Min 60
Top Form solution – Cost: 81,000 coins
- # of players from LaLiga: Min 1
- Squad Rating: Min 87
- Team Chemistry: Min 45
LaLiga solution – Cost: 117,000 coins
The Lemar LaLiga TOTS SBC will be available for one week as it expires on June 2. The requirements shouldn’t take too long to gather, so one week is plenty of time to submit the necessary squads.
If you completed Isco and Aspas or recently packed a LaLiga TOTS card you may want to give TOTS Lemar a try. In addition to complementing LaLiga squads, Lemar will fit in nicely with squads boasting several players from France.
For more FIFA 22, check out our guide to the Ligue 1 TOTS, which is set to hit Ultimate Team on May 27.
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Apex Legends devs confirm fix for Xbox server crashing exploit in Season 13
The Apex Legends devs have officially fixed the Xbox server crashing exploit that was plaguing ranked games in Season 13.
Apex Legends players will be happy to hear that the Xbox server crashing issue that has been ruining games, especially in ranked, has officially been fixed by the devs.
Unfortunately, players on consoles couldn’t enjoy the new system to the extent that they maybe wanted to due to a serious exploit plaguing the experience and causing servers to crash.
Luckily, it seems the devs have fixed the issue with a hotfix that went live on May 25.
In Apex Legends Season 13, Xbox players noticed that they were able to crash the server and prevent themselves from losing Ranked Points by doing so. This was ruining the experience for others, especially as Apex Legends is cross-platform.
While some believed this was a DDoS issue, the devs confirmed it was an exploit on Xbox and pushed a fix on May 18. Unfortunately, the fix didn’t work, and Xbox players were still able to crash servers and ruin matches for others.
This has been very damaging for players who have been trying to rank up and enjoy the brand new ranked changes, even turning people off from playing the game.
A Respawn dev let the community know that another hotfix went live on May 25 which seems to have fixed the issue caused by players on Xbox consoles.
So far, it seems like this fix has done the trick, as players have not been reporting the issue in the community.
Finally, players can enjoy the ranked grind without having to worry about the game crashing and wasting time in a match that could all end in nothing.
With that being said, you may want to check out the best landing spots on Storm Point, which is the ranked map for split 1 of Season 13.
If you’re more of a mobile gamer, why not check out how to download and play Apex Legends Mobile.
Image Credits: Respawn Entertainment
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