The “Elder Scrolls” is a series of action role-playing open world fantasy video games developed by Bethesda Game Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Its franchises Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim all won Game of the Year awards from multiple outlets.

"The Elders Scrolls 6" has been one of the highly-anticipated games for several years and it has been rumored for release and as a follow-on to "The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim." Unfortunately, several years have already passed and Bethesda continues to stay 'mum' about the updates and the development of the game.

Due to the popularity of “Elder Scrolls,” the series has sold more than 40 million copies worldwide. Its open world theme within developing living and free-flowing economies made fans hook into this game. The thought of them immersing themselves into this mirror of the fantasy world with actual rules and logic made this game very addicting.

The 'ES 6' adds tweak to upcoming game

Since no other game yet has compared to “The Elder Scrolls,” especially “Skyrim” it then adds a lot of pressure to their newest offering “The Elder Scrolls 6.” To meet fans high expectations, it added a minor tweak to the new game. Adding a dynamic economy system that changes and shifts depending on the state of the game world adds a great deal of immersion and a shade more meaning to the total experience.

This minor change is actually pretty simple. It will definitely not change the game in a drastic way. It will still have the same familiar feel, but with more connection with it. For instance, changing prices of goods depending on who is selling them and who is buying them would really make sense. Furthermore, the simple concept of demand and supply, or even geography, time of the day, time of the year can also have such an impact.

The upcoming game and its economics

The secret ingredient to every open world game success is the user experience: how it is relatable to the player. The economic system also plays a huge part in it. Some prefer simple buy and sell, others have limitless money, but at the end of the day what’s important is how it affects the player’s assets and how he can use the items he purchases to his advantage.

Overall, the fully-fledged economic system "The Elder Scrolls 6" is planning would be a very good welcoming feature. It may not have a massive impact on the gameplay but it will definitely improve immersion. It can also be a gateway for improvements to the future "Elder Scrolls" games.