A year-and-a-half after its release, Bethesda Game Studios last month announced there will be no more Skyrim DLC and that the team would now be moving on to other projects. With Fallout 4 in the works, many have speculated the company will now invest all their energies into releasing the latest in the post-apocalyptic role-playing video game series, however some wonder if instead, The Elder Scrolls VI - the successor to Skyrim - could be around the corner as a next generation release, with the PS4 and Xbox 720 set to go on sale this holiday season. As an avid Elder Scrolls fan, I really hope it is the latter and the thought of getting stuck back into the role-playing adventure series on a next generation console really excites me. In October 2012, Skyrim won the coveted game of the year award at the Golden Joysticks and thanks to the raft of DLC content that has since been released in the months that followed, remains today a thoroughly entertaining game. But as with all our favourite titles, there comes a time where we have to leave things in the past and instead look to the future, and here, we will be taking a look at the next iteration of Elder Scrolls games. Though Skyrim was critically acclaimed upon release and garnered many favourable reviews, it was by no means perfect and here, we examine 6 improvements the The Elder Scrolls VI could make.
Joseph is an accredited football journalist and has interviewed nearly all of the current 20 Barclay's Premier League managers. He is also a correspondent for Bleacher Report and has written for Caught Offside and Give Me Football.