New NVIDIA Leak Reveals The Elder Scrolls 6 Date
Some of you may remember a huge leak that came from the NVIDIA GeForce Now database a couple of months ago, which leaked the likes of Bioshock 2022. It contained a big list of games (both announced and unannounced) that could be coming to their streaming platform in the future.
What Information Was In The First NVIDIA Leak?
The initial list had so many titles, they simply can’t all be listed in this article. You can find a comprehensive breakdown here. Many sources in the industry championed the leaked games, such as Jez Corden of Windows Central, who confirmed the existence of many of the Xbox titles on the list. For example, he believed Project Holland to be the next Fable and Project Woodstock to be the next Forza title after Horizon 5.
Some games on the list have since been announced officially, like God of War for PC, Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - The Definitive Edition, and Bayonetta 3. This definitely adds to the legitimacy of the list, which, at this point, has been accepted as the real thing. Basically, it's one of the biggest leaks in game history.
What New Elder Scrolls 6 Information Is In The Leak?
The latest leak contains even more release dates for games that the previous data dump did, as well as some completely new titles. A lot of them seem to line up perfectly, such as the release date for Starfield which is set for November 11, 2022.
However, there are some outdated and potential placeholder dates on there. Games like the GTA Remastered Trilogy had a release date of November 1, while Forza Horizon 5 has a release date of November 9 - four days after it’s confirmed release.
The list puts the release date for the long-awaited The Elder Scrolls 6 as January 2, 2023. That’s a long ways off, but considerably closer than many expected initially. Bethesda's hands are tied with Starfield, and we were already warned The Elder Scrolls 6 is nowhere near.
Can The Leak Be Trusted?
Considering it’s widely accepted that the original leak was the real thing, it’s safe to assume there is a lot of credibility to this list too. Going against The Elder Scrolls 7 in January 2023, the leak won't take into account internal delays.
It makes sense that the list leaked list of release dates hasn’t been updated in some time, but which ones are still true and which ones are out of date is hard to say at this point. The list was posted to GitHub but has since been removed, though you can find an archived version for the full list of games.