Xbox boss Phil Spencer said that the future of Bethesda games does seem to be unique to “platforms where game passes exist.”
At today’s Xbox and Bethesda roundtable, Spencer basically reiterated what he said earlier this week about whether Zenimax Media’s new game will be multi-platform.
The company will still perform its current contractual obligations, such as the contractual obligations signed with Sony on Ghostwire: Tokyo and Death Loop.
Spencer said: “We have games that exist on other platforms, and we will support these games on the platforms they use.” “There is a community of players, we like these communities, and we will continue to invest in them, even in the future. Some things may be contractual or traditional on different platforms.
“However, if you are an Xbox user, then what I want to tell you is to provide you with excellent exclusive games that will be released on the platform where Game Pass exists. This is our goal. That’s why we do this. This is the foundation of the partnership we are building, and the creative ability we will be able to bring to the market for Xbox customers will be the best Xbox has so far.”
Therefore, to reiterate, we will continue to support games currently available on platforms other than Xbox, such as Doom Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online, and future games may only appear on platforms with Xbox Game Pass, and this game should not be unexpected .
As for news about upcoming games from Bethesda and other studios in the family, there was no news at the roundtable. However, Microsoft and Bethesda said that more information will be revealed at a showcase scheduled to be held sometime this summer.
Maybe by then, we will finally hear more about Starfield, but may not hear more about Elder Scrolls 6, because it came out after the science fiction title. But we may be proved wrong because we are not very good at guessing things, which is why we never gamble.