The legendary Skyrim made its way to the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC in November 2011, with The Elder Scrolls Online landing on next-gen consoles in June last year.
Fans are desperate for a new single-player game, and various reports claim that Bethesda are aiming for a 2019 release date with Elder Scrolls 6.
It is more than likely that the game will be set in somewhere other than Skyrim, with Argonia also said to be the next location in Tamriel.
However, Bethesda themselves are remaining tight-lipped, with vice-president Pete Hines explaining at the launch of Elder Scrolls Online that the company will be taking their time with a Skyrim sequel.
He said: "It's rare to have franchises like the ones we have and to have people joking about 'when is Skyrim 2 coming out?'.
"The reason they say that is because generally speaking that's what you'd be getting with another publisher in charge.
"They'd be spitting out a Skyrim 2 the year after or two years later. That's just not how we view it.
"We're not the sort of publisher that focuses on 'what's our 25 titles for 2015'. We do smaller stuff, we don't publish to scale, we try to publish to quality.
"Make sure everything we do is noteworthy. Our approach to that hasn't differed. Here and there we might change our approach to how it's presented but we've still stuck to who we are."
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