Bethesda: PC and Xbox Exclusive Products Confirmed

Bethesda Game News: PC and Xbox Exclusive confirmed that Microsoft had warned that there would be no new announcements or major revelations inviting the various Microsoft and Bethesda teams during the round table. After announcing the imminent arrival of 20 Bethesda games on Xbox Game Pass, Phil Spencer addressed the famous question everyone has asked since Microsoft announced the acquisition of Bethesda: “Will Bethesda games be PC-exclusive?” be?” and Xbox consoles? “Phil Spencer, Xbox subsidiary manager, used this long discussion to answer the question about the impact Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda would have on Bethesda’s productions. Unfortunately, we don’t know today whether Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI PC, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X | S exclusive or not, but Phil Spencer has clarified the situation a bit, saying the primary goal of this partnership is to bring Bethesda games to media compatible with Xbox Game Pass If you are an Xbox customer I want you to know that the goal of it all is to offer excellent exclusive games to platforms that Xbox Game Pass is available on, and this is the root of this partnership we are building and the creative capacity we can offer our Xbox customers will be better than ever after that, but Phil Spencer, Xbox Office Manager Phil Spencer says there are quite a few “contractual obligations” will exist. These contractual obligations will force Microsoft to investigate the exclusivity of Bethesda games on a case-by-case basis. I can’t sit here and say that every Bethesda game will be exclusive because we know it isn’t. There are contractual obligations that we will keep as always. We have games that exist on other platforms and we will support those games on the platforms that they are on. There are communities of players, we love these players and we will invest in them. (…) Also in the future there may be things that are connected with contracts or “inheritances” with different platforms. Phil Spencer What we need to hear here is that titles like Deathloop and Ghostwire Tokyo or Bethesda games that are already available on other platforms like DOOM Eternal are already part of these “contractual obligations”. The titles therefore obviously remain available on Sony or Nintendo consoles. The situation is more complicated for future productions. Phil Spencer says most productions will be exclusive to platforms compatible with Xbox Game Pass, but there will certainly be textbook cases. We’re obviously thinking of the next The Elder Scrolls, which would struggle to put aside the millions of gamers who play on Sony consoles. You’ll also like: By JeromeJoffard, writing by jeuxvideo.com MPTwitter