In an interview with British GQ, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer appears to confirm that The Elder Scrolls VI will be released exclusively for the Xbox platform. It wasn’t presented as an established fact, but judging by the words, it almost certainly looks like an Xbox exclusive.
in a the interview Contains a short clip in which the GQ Editor paraphrases Spencer’s statements. From this it is clear that the Xbox CEO is also envisioning a Starfield scenario for The Elder Scrolls VI. Starfield will become a major new sci-fi franchise for Bethesda and Microsoft and it already is confirmed It will be an Xbox exclusive. It launches next November and will be one of the biggest games of that year.
It’s “not about penalizing any other platform,” Spencer says in a statement. “I basically think all platforms can continue to grow. But to be on Xbox I want to be able to roll out the full package of what we have. And that is the case when I think of Elder Scrolls VI. That is the case when I think of any of the perks. our own”.
Here it refers to the full package of features and options offered by the Xbox ecosystem, with Spencer Xbox Live, Game Pass, Cloud Gaming, Friends Lists and Save-States calls. This full set of Xbox features and platform capabilities surrounding The Elder Scrolls VI might not have been possible if the game wasn’t exclusively playable on Xbox, or so the suggestion seems.
Hardly more substantive details have been given about The Elder Scrolls VI as a game, except for the note that the basis of Starfield’s technology provides the next generation features of The Elder Scrolls VI. This comment is not from Spencer, by the way, but from Todd Howard. he is game manager At Bethesda Game Studios; The editor spoke to others like Howard after the conversation with Spencer. The Elder Scrolls VI is still in a very early stage of development; It will likely be another five years before the game comes out.
Spencer already pointed out in March Some new Bethesda games are only coming to Xbox and PC, but no names were mentioned at the time. That changed in June and it became clear that Starfield would be exclusive to Xbox Series consoles and PC. Uncertainty about the availability of Bethesda titles for all platforms stems from the previous Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda. This gave Microsoft not only popular franchises such as The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Wolfenstein, Doom and Quake, but also new titles that have not yet been released.
It’s been exactly ten years since The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim came out. It happened in November 2011 on PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and Windows. The game expanded with a medieval fantasy game was a huge success for Bethesda and has been re-released several times since then. This concerns versions of, for example, Nintendo Switch or a Enhanced version for the latest keyboards.
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