While we don’t know much about the game, we’ve learned that longtime composer for The Elder Scrolls franchise Jeremy Soule is probably not returning for The Elder Scrolls VI.
The news comes via Jeremy’s Facebook, where he confirmed he is “currently not involved” with the game.
Soule has been the composer on the series since The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind, except for the mobile spinoff The Elder Scrolls: Blades, which Inon Zur composed.
While the composer is naturally probably unable to say much due to legal reasons, he said he thinks his involvement on the game “would hinge on a creative decision on their part,” and where “they want to take the franchise.”
Soule noted that he “would never turn [his] back” on The Elder Scrolls. Considering the game is still in pre-production as Starfield is Bethesda’s next big single-player RPG, there could still be time for Soule to be signed on.
Editor’s Note: Featured image is from the Skyrim “Enderal” mod, which you can view here.