Few More Skyrim DLC Packs Expected From Now To Elder Scrolls 6

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The PS3 and the Xbox 360 have both been very popular consoles and both of them are viable choices for Bethesda for their game Skyrim, even though the next generation of consoles are making their way out.

Bethesda will not stop making DLCs for the current consoles and Skyrim as the move to the next gen consoles will be slow. The company will not want to risk gambling on making the move too early to the new consoles and of course there is still month to be had with Skyrim.

DLCs however could be classed as a low risk when making a move to the new console is determined and are in a state of flux. This could mean that there will be more DLCs coming our way for the Skyrim game before they then release Elder Scrolls 6 onto the PS4 and Xbox 720.

When you look at the Wii U you can see how far off anticipated sales can be for consoles. Extra content for Skyrim could be one way of training newcomers before allowing them to work on the development of Elder Scrolls 6. It could be that the bosses of Bethesda will work on the main game while DLCs are dealt with by smaller teams. This way they could continue bringing in income with Skyrim, while at the same time investing in game development for the PS4 and the Xbox 720.

Working on development of DLCs for Skyrim would be a great way to keep the many fans of Skyrim happy until the next instalment is ready for the PS4 and Xbox 720.

There have been many rumours about Skyrim Redguard being the next DLC to come out. However you may wish to give some thought to the fact that Oblivion has had 10 DLCs, while Skyrim has only had Dawnguard, Dragonborn and Hearthfire. This means that there are plenty more DLCs left for Skyrim.

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