I'm hoping they'll get be able to get rid of the bigger exploits. Nearly everyone I know abused the hell out of Alchemy in Morrowind, Duplication in Oblivion, and Scrap Metal Glitch in Fallout 3Delusibeta said:
All will be well.messy said:
Agreed, and that is why they must want to make a direct sequel. It might also mean we get to see some old faces from Oblivion.Warthur said:Hmm, if my understanding of the Elder Scrolls timeline is correct then (in canon at least) after Oblivion the Empire eventually dissolves. If you've played Oblivion, you know that the Imperial family were in power for a very specific reason which, in the wake of the end of the main plot, no longer applies, and it'd make sense that when the main reason for binding the Empire together has fallen by the wayside the more independent-minded provinces would start to break away.
A game set right at the start of the collapse of the Empire which focused on the wars between the different provinces would be absolutely epic.
Not quite. It suggests that this might be a possibility, since it would not have been possible with a game set in another world and setting. But it certainly does not imply it. A sequel need only be a sequel in terms of the overarching story and campaign world, not in terms of the main character.Logan Westbrook said:It implies that you will play the same character you played in Oblivion
Summerset Isle, I believe.EHKOS said:Noooooo! What about Skyrim! Or the Black Marsh! Or....that....island that I forgot the name of...