The release of the final DLC expansion for Fallout 4 can only mean one thing: The Elder Scrolls: VI.

Any seasoned Bethesda fan knows how this works. Every time they release one RPG for a particular series of theirs, another RPG based in one of their many other franchises is sure to follow within the next few years; using the same game engine as the previous title, it just looks juiced up and prettier.  

So what does that mean for the next Elder Scrolls game?

Well, honestly, I don't have the foggiest idea.

We know that a remastered version of Skyrim is coming out for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. That's all well and good, but what about the next actual Elder Scrolls game? If anything, I'm willing to bet that Bethesda may use the remastered version of Skyrim as an excuse for their delayed release of ES6, maybe even as a cover-up.

However, that all is besides the point, and it's all just specualtion anyway...

What do, as a community, want to see in terms of changes and imporvements done to make ES6 the best Elder Scrolls game to date?

Post your answer(s) in the comments below, I'm very curious to see what you all have to say.