Bethesda, as you remember, was officially acquired by Microsoft earlier this year worth $ 7.5 billion. This naturally raised a lot of concerns about the future of Bethesda’s games on Other platforms such as Nintendo systems.
While we’ve previously heard that future Bethesda games will be “where Game Pass exists,” and that “some” new Bethesda games are likely to be Xbox and PC exclusives, GQ’s new Xbox 20th Anniversary interview brought up again questions. surfaced about the possible exclusivity of The Elder Scrolls 6.
Xbox chief Phil Spencer seems to have confirmed this exclusivity (again) by explaining that this isn’t about “punishing” other platforms. Rather, it is a “complete package” – with services like Game Pass and Live, which is apparently only possible on the Xbox.
“This is not about punishing any other platform because I am deeply convinced that all platforms can continue to grow. But in order to be on the Xbox, I wish we could bring the complete set of what we have. And that would be true when I think about The Elder Scrolls VI… That would be true when I think about any of our franchises. “
Future releases of the Elder Scrolls on other platforms (like Nintendo systems) are not going well right now. But hey, at least we have The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – even if we missed the recent anniversary content. Anniversary edition of id Software, Earthquakewas the last game published by Bethesda for the Nintendo hybrid system.
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