It has been speculated that Netflix is already creating a new TV series focused on the legendary video game franchise The Elder Scrolls, although it may only be accessible on the video streaming website for the next year or two.
After the game was tagged along with the news of the tv series being produced based on another existing video game franchise and series Fallout, which was also made by Bethesda Softworks LLC, the Elder Scrolls creator, the rumors started to spread online with the comment by the entertainment industry expert Daniel Richtman. It will be eligible for Amazon Prime and would be created and created by The Elder Scrolls developer Bethesda Softworks LLC.
Legacy of The Elder Scrolls
The Elder Scrolls may be called one of the greatest role-playing games (RPG) to ever be developed and published in the world to date, if not the strongest. Even though the last big iteration of the game “The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim” was published back in 2011, as of today, it is still one of the most successful games in the world, selling more than 30 million copies worldwide.
In most facets of video gaming, the game is mostly lauded and remembered, and its plot is what might be called the most prominent one among those aspects. And if it were finally translated as a television film, it might also offer astonishing story line.
As of today, Netflix will arguably be recognized as the world’s top video distribution network. The platform is now renowned for developing and distributing original shows and films under its name, apart from the already successful and existing shows and movies, which are now gaining huge popularity and acceptance around the world.
They were famed for developing and making their “Stranger Things” main Netflix flagship franchise, and another video game adopted “The Witcher” series focused on the same-titled game that was published back in 2007.
The Elder Scrolls VI
Even though Bethesda Softworks LLC, which is under ZeniMax Internet, was purchased by multi-tech giant Microsoft just last September 2020. The offer was valued at a whopping cash price of 7.5 billion USD. The purchase will then include future reinforcement for the existing line and roster of games already published and launched by Microsoft, and still under production.
With the offer already being presented and up to date, the forthcoming Elder Scrolls sequel could see an exclusive Xbox and PC release due to the fact that Microsoft was eager to support its own Xbox console, whilst competing with the PlayStation series of Sony, especially with the most recent launches of their Xbox Series X/Series S and PS5 by the two firms.