By Mounis Hawass
Wednesday, September 20, 2023 at 05:00 AM
A recent report revealed that The Elder Scrolls VI won’t be released for a few years, and won’t be coming to the PlayStation. According to a new chart produced by Microsoft for the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), there is no next Elder Scrolls game. It’s expected to be released at least until 2026, which is… what Microsoft’s lawyer mentioned in the court case.
Like Bethesda’s most recent games — Starfield and Redfall — it will be available on both PC and Xbox at launch, The Verge reported.
Xbox president Phil Spencer said: “For this to be on Xbox, I want us to be able to deliver the full game, the complete set of what we have, and when I think about The Elder Scrolls VI, that’s certainly true.”
The Elder Scrolls VI was first released in 2018, yet we haven’t heard much about Bethesda’s upcoming fantasy adventure. It is expected to be exclusive to Microsoft platforms, although the company has not confirmed it; In the past year”.
As part of the same FTC lawsuit against Microsoft, Bethesda’s next three games will be exclusive, and include Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, and the upcoming Indiana Jones game.
The revelation is part of a batch of new details released from the case today, including Microsoft’s plans to stream cloud gaming on PC, Activision’s presentation of Blizzard on the next Nintendo Switch, and Microsoft’s reaction to the PS5 announcement.