Help me. I didn't play ES games before Morrowind. I'm looking at this map and wondering. http://images.uesp.net/c/c3/TamrielMap.jpg
Oblivion happened in Cyrodiil and there was a DLC for Summerset Isle. I didn't play Redguard but I think it was in High Rock or maybe Hammerfell. Have they made games in Valenwood, Elsweyr or Black Marsh? If they've made games for each area already, where are they going to go with the next game?
Arena: All of it. Daggerfall: High Rock and Hammerfell. Morrowind: Vvardenfell. Redguard: Hammerfell. Battlespire: Oblivion. Stormhold: Black Marsh. Shadowkey: Hammerfell. Oblivion: Cyrodiil. Skyrim: Skyrim.
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Judging by the size of it I would guess Valenwood and Elsweyr will be in one game, maybe throwing in Summerset Isle. The three of those together seem only slightly bigger than Skyrim. And since we haven't had a game that covers all of Black Marsh maybe they'll have that later. And then there's the rest of Morrowind we could visit.
That gives us between 3 and 5 more ES titles. Have they ever announced or hinted at how many main ES games they plan to make? I was thinking this series may be near an end but it seems they can take it a lot further without even adding new land areas to the map. Gentlemen, one day we're going to be in retirement homes playing Elder Scrolls on some type of virtual devices.
There's also the possibility of making TES games located completely or least partially outside of Tamriel, as there are other continents. Some are legendary or have vanished for one reason or another, but that's all based on the perspectives of the people of Tamriel, and what knowledge they have of these places is very limited. On the plus side this opens up all kinds of possibilites if the setting of a future game included one or more of them. Akavir in particular sounds very intriguing to me.