Skyblivion will arrive before Elder Scrolls 6 for release sometime around 2025.
As fans eagerly wait for The Elder Scrolls VI’s release, fans can look forward to an awesome fan remaster.
On 11 June 2018 Bethesda unveiled The Elder Scrolls VI with an astounding cinematic trailer that sent waves of excitement through its passionate fan base. Unfortunately since that announcement has gone quiet with no release date announced nor any gameplay or story details forthcoming from Bethesda; all we see so far are announcements without details! What gives?
Fans were hoping that The Elder Scrolls VI would make its presence known during Xbox Games Showcase 2018, yet nothing of it was visible or mentioned. Instead we were treated to Avowed gameplay developed by Obsidian Entertainment which will release sometime around 2024 for PC and Xbox Series X|S.
As no release date for Elder Scrolls VI can yet be predicted, Skyblivion provides us with the ideal antidote in the form of an Oblivion fan remaster using Skyrim’s Creation Engine as an antidote until that day arrives.
Skyblivion was developed by an accomplished team of indie developers and is set for launch on PC in 2025. However, these talented indie developers need the assistance of volunteers in pushing this project over the finishing line to bring it to fruition. “Upon release, our mod will be fully modular which means the player can choose which components he/she would like installed – including enhancements created by our team such as our Landscaping Overhauls, Interior Overhauls, City Overhauls Weapon/Armour Overhauls etc,” reads its description on Skyblivion.com. “Our mod will offer full customisation with options such as Landscaping Overhauls Interior Overhauls Weapon/Armour Overhauls etc to make your experience truly immersive!”
Skyblivion will be completely free, however for optimal gameplay we require our users to own both Skyrim and Oblivion (including their DLCs) in order to install our installer and access Skyblivion.”
Oblivion fan remaster development started sometime during 2012 – approximately one year after Skyrim released for PC, PS3, and Xbox 360 – yet still appears likely to release before The Elder Scrolls VI is made public.
Phil Spencer recently noted that The Elder Scrolls VI could still be five years away – possibly serving as Bethesda CEO Todd Howard’s final title as game producer.