Skyrim Grandma, Shirley Curry, will be immortalised in The Elder Scrolls VI

Skyrim Grandma, Shirley Curry, will be immortalised in The Elder Scrolls VI

She didn't note whether or not she'll be voicing her NPC character, but she was invited to Bethesda's studio, as seen in the video.

Recently it became known that at the annual E3 game exhibition in 2019 the company Bethesda, unfortunately, did not show any The Elder Scrolls 6, neither Starfield.

Curry now boasts around 500 000 subscribers on her YouTube channel.

Big-time Skyrim and Elder Scrolls fan Shirley Curry is being immortalized in The Elder Scrolls 6 as an NPC.

You can check out the full anniversary video from Bethesda and if you've never watched Skyrim Grandma then you can also check out her YouTube channel right here.


It was announced that Bethesda will not be talking about The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield.

Bethesda will also not talked about Starfield, the new IP that Bethesda announced last year at E3, the first new IP from them in 25 years. As such, she states, she "probably won't get to play it".

Of course, the video meant we got a small speck of a peek at the new Elder Scrolls game, too. To create Curry's character, Bethesda will use special photogrammetry technology. She continues that she "would be extremely happy to know that somebody else was playing with [her] character in a future Elder Scrolls game".

Along with the announcement, the live stream showed Curry visiting Bethesda's studio and being 3D scanned for her model to be added into the game during development.

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