Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

Phil Spencer: Elder Scrolls 6’s Xbox exclusivity doesn’t “punish” other platforms

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim on Nintendo Switch (Image: Nintendo)

As you may remember, Bethesda Officially acquired by Microsoft earlier this year A total of $ 7.5 billion. Not surprisingly, there are many concerns about the future of Bethesda’s games. other A platform like the Nintendo system.

I’ve previously heard that Bethesda’s future title is “Where the Game Pass is” and that “some” new Bethesda titles are likely to be exclusive to the Xbox and PC, but the 20th anniversary of the Xbox. In a new interview with GQ focused on, I have another question. A pop-up about the possibility of exclusive rights to The Elder Scrolls 6.

Phil Spencer, head of the Xbox, seems to have (again) confirmed this exclusivity. This explains that it is not “punishing” other platforms. It’s about bringing a “complete and complete package”-a service like Game Pass or Live, which is obviously only possible on the Xbox.

“It’s not about punishing other platforms, as we basically believe that all platforms can continue to grow. But to use the Xbox, it’s a complete completeness of what we have. I would like to be able to bring a nice package, and when I think of it, that would be true Elder Scrolls VI.. That would be true when thinking about any of our franchises. “

Future Elder Scrolls releases on other platforms (such as Nintendo’s system) aren’t looking good at this time.But hey, at least we got The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim -Even if you miss the latest anniversary content. id Software Anniversary Release, earthquakeWas the latest Bethesda-issued title released on Nintendo’s hybrid system.

What do you think about Microsoft dedicating future Elder Scrolls entries to Xbox and PC only? Please leave your thoughts below.