Phil Spencer strongly hints 'Elder Scrolls VI' will be an Xbox and PC exclusive
Huge benefits from the Xbox-Bethesda acquisition continue to trickle down as new IPs (Starfield) and upcoming chapters in the game-changing franchises (Elder Scrolls VI) are being developed for next-generation technology. At E3, we learned that the former will be an Xbox exclusive and add-on to Day One Game Pass. We know Starfield is there, and Phil Spencer and various Bethesda authorities have been firmly hinting that most of Bethesda's future games will be, but it hasn't been directly confirmed that the studio's biggest game, The Elder Scrolls VI, will be an Xbox exclusive. ... While we've previously heard that upcoming Bethesda games will be "where Game Pass exists" and that "some" new Bethesda games are likely to be exclusive to Xbox and PC, a new interview with GQ on Xbox 20th Anniversary raised the question: reappeared on a possible The Elder Scrolls 6 exclusivity.
In the same interview, Bethesda game director Todd Howard did not add any clues as to whether the Elder Scrolls 6 will really become an exclusive Xbox console or will not be launched soon on the current Xbox series. X / S. Microsoft previously stated that the Bethesda game will be released "first, best or best" on Xbox, but Bethesdas Todd Howard stated that "it is hard to imagine" "The Elder Scrolls 6" is Xbox exclusive. Now in an interview with GQ, in order to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the establishment of Xbox, Spencer emphasized that, like next year’s Starfield, the Xbox Elder Scrolls VI console, PC games and Xbox Cloud will be locked.
In a panel discussion shortly after the completion of the acquisition, Spencer said: "If you are an Xbox customer, I want you to know that this is dedicated to providing you with great games, and these games have been delivered to the platform on which they exist. Spencer is still These exclusive products were mentioned in a blog post announcing the completion of the transaction. Spencer also mentioned the exclusive deal in a blog post, saying that the transaction is complete. "With the addition of the creative team. Bethesdas, gamers should know that Xbox, PC and Game Pass consoles will be the best places to experience Bethesda’s new games, including some future Xbox and PC gamers’ exclusive new games.
Now, in an interview with GQ on the occasion of Xbox 20th Anniversary, Spencer strongly suggested that, like the next few years of Starfield, the Elder Scrolls VI will be stuck on Xbox, PC and Xbox Cloud Gaming consoles. Following Microsoft's $ 7.5 billion deal to acquire ZeniMax Media, Bethesdas' parent company, fans are desperate to know if Elder Scrolls VI will be Xbox exclusive. We know that in the near future, all the attention will be on Halo Infinite and Bethesda's Starfield next year.
According to GQ, Bethesda’s next science fiction game, Starfield, has been confirmed to be exclusive to Xbox and PC. "Spencer said he has the same view on The Elder Scrolls VI." According to GQ, Bethesda’s next science fiction game, Starfield, has been confirmed to be exclusive to Xbox and PC, "Spencer said he has the same view of The Elder Scrolls VI." Spencer does not insist that ES6 will be exclusive to Xbox/PC, but with the emergence of Starfield, it is difficult to interpret his words from any other angle.
If so, Bethesda will alienate a significant chunk of its player base. In this case, Bethesda will alienate most of its game base. “What we're going to do ultimately is that we're not going to pull all Bethesda content from Sony, Nintendo or whatever.