The Elder Scrolls 6 announcement was one of the best moments of the past E3, but it is obvious that the presentation of the trailer took place too early, because Bethesda did not even tell in which province the new Elder Scrolls will take place ... Based on several frames of the trailer, we assumed that it might be High Rock, but there is another version according to which players will go to the homeland of the Redguards - Hammerfell.
A user of the famous Western Reddit forum under the nickname kaylenivy decided to conduct his own investigation and compared screenshots from The Elder Scrolls Online with the footage presented in the trailer.
Above, for example, is a frame from a trailer, the image of which is magnified many times. We can clearly see the port city, over which the tower rises. User kaylenivy suggested that the coastal town shown bears a close resemblance to Setinel City from TES Online (screenshot below).
Well, of course, there are common features, but are there really few other port cities with a high tower in 9 provinces of Tamriel, which, by the way, can be used as a beacon for ships? Of course not, there are enough similar cities, but the Hammerfell theory is further confirmed by the location of Fort Volenfall (red) relative to Setinel City (blue).
In the teaser, if you make allowances for the significantly increased scale of the TES 6 game world, you can also find a fort in the foreground and a city in the distance.
Is there enough evidence like this to close the question of The Elder Scrolls 6's setting once and for all with confidence? It is unlikely, but until Bethesda will tell you more about the game (and we remind you that this will happen oh, how not soon) any theory has the right to life.
The Topic of Article: The Elder Scrolls VI - New Evidence That The Game Will Be Set In Hammerfell.