Following the information that Microsoft is acquiring Zenimax Media and Bethesda Softworks this morning, many followers had been left questioning if all future Bethesda or Zenimax titles would change into Home windows PC and Xbox unique. That’s apparently not the case, however solely with choose titles like Ghostwire: Tokyo and Deathloop.
Each Ghostwire: Tokyo and Deathloop will stay timed-exclusive releases on PlayStation 5 (by way of Bloomberg), with future unique releases being evaluated individually, says Xbox boss Phil Spencer. Bethesda beforehand dedicated to releasing Ghostwire: Tokyo and Deathloop each as timed-exclusive releases on PS5.
Future video games from Bethesda, like Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI, might be out there on Microsoft’s well-liked Recreation Go subscription platform, however might or might not be Xbox unique. “We’ll take different consoles on a case-by-case foundation,” Spencer mentioned.
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella additionally chimed in as as to if or not Microsoft-owned video games would launch on “different platforms” sooner or later.
“After we take into consideration technique whether or not it’s in gaming or every other a part of Microsoft, every layer has to face by itself for what it brings,” Nadella mentioned. “After we speak about our content material we would like our content material to be broadly out there.”