Skyrim Grandma Shirley Curry will be in The Elder Scrolls 6

Skyrim Grandma will be in The Elder Scrolls 6, but don’t expect the game at E3

Skyrim Grandma will be in The Elder Scrolls 6, but don’t expect the game at E3

The last player immortalised in an Elder Scrolls game was Oblvion fan, Erik West, who passed away after his battle with cancer before Skyrim's release.

During the panel, Bethesda explained that it's using photogrammetry to scan in real world assets and push the future of its games to a level it's never done before.

A petition was then started by Reddit user phantom-scribbler when they chose to try and help Shirley to fulfill her dreams of being a part, in some way, of The Elder Scrolls VI.

While this may come as a disappointment to some, Bethesda did bring something Elder Scrolls VI-related to PAX East.

Sir Patrick Head returns to Williams as consultant
Head, 72, founded the team with Frank Williams in 1977 and played a key role in spearheading its auto design department. On Friday, Williams announced Sir Patrick Head will make his return to Williams in a technical consultancy role.

Howard called her visit "a huge, huge treat" for everyone at the studio, adding that "everyone was super excited" to see her. Using the same method, the studio have created an impressively detailed in-game version of Skyrim Grandma for us to someday meet. The developer announced that 82-year old grandmother Shirley Curry, who is known for her Skyrim videos, will be added to the game as a non-playable character.

While the video showcased a lot of emotional moments from the past, it also included a glimpse at the future, including the technology that is being worked on for their future games, including the next chapter of the series, which was teased previous year as The Elder Scrolls VI.

The 25th anniversary video is very heartwarming, and just goes to show how much Bethesda cares about the Elder Scrolls community.

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