Microsoft: 3 Bethesda Games will be exclusive for PC and Xbox

Microsoft’s 37-page document to defend itself in the FTC’s lawsuit over the acquisition of Activision Blizzard didn’t just bring Microsoft to admit to being just the third force in the games industry. In another excerpt from the file, executives reveal that three future Bethesda titles will be PC and Xbox exclusives.

The names of the games are erased from the record, but it is very likely that the company is referring to Starfield and Redfall, which had already been confirmed as exclusives. In addition, we have the new Indiana Jones game. The Elder Scrolls 6 and Fallout 5 are also possibilities, but that will cause a lot of controversies.


Microsoft tries to clarify its plans for Activision Blizzard

Anyway, the information appears in Microsoft’s argument that, despite having some games that are exclusively for computers and Xbox, it has not completely abandoned PlayStation. For example, titles from ZeniMax acquired in 2020, Deathloop, and Ghostwire Tokyo maintained temporary exclusivity with Sony.

In addition, Bethesda’s Fallout 76 and Elder Scrolls Online continued to be supported on PS consoles even after the completion of the company’s purchase by the Redmond giant. And that’s what MS ensures it will make the center of discussions about its acquisition of Activision Blizzard: Call of Duty.

Recently, information was released that a ten-year contract to keep the games in the series coming out on the PlayStation was offered. However, an agreement seems to be far from closed, with many controversies going on, in addition to investigations into the negotiation between Microsoft and Activision happening around the world.


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