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While fans have to wait for a long time for the release of the announced Elder Scrolls 6 and so far no information about innovations, content or features, there are now at least a pretty tangible news: an answer to the question about the platform exclusivity of the Bethesda RPGs. Because at the stand since the Microsoft Animal deal a big question mark — until now.
Xbox boss confirms quasi exclusivity from Elder Scrolls 6
In an interview with the authors of GC emphasized Xbox boss Phil Spencer, that Elder Scrolls 6 will set as Star field in his eyes on the strengths of the Xbox or Microsoft offer; with Xbox Live, Game Pass, Cloud Gaming & Co. It s not about punishing a different platform, because I basically believe that all platforms can continue to grow, he says. But on the Xbox there s the complete package. I think that s at Elder Scrolls VI. I think that with each of our franchises. (Via GQ)
So that means: If Star field is already set to PC and Xbox alone, then it is very likely that ELDER SCROLLS 6.
Game Pass Facilitates development for Bethesda
Todd Howard of Bethesda explains that one of Elder Scrolls 6 is still in the design phase. He also emphasizes that the Game Pass has definitely changed the way to play games. You may want to do this game in front of Game Pass, and then you sat in many sales meetings and said, Well, I do not know if we can do this game, he says. Game Pass opens the creative scope for many other types of games, which may not find any audience otherwise.
Whether it is a temporal exclusivity or really a fixed exclusivity is currently not known. But from an Xbox exclusive, console player can actually assume.
Do you affect the exclusion of the PlayStation for Elder Scrolls 6? Or are your bethesda-rpg rather playing on the PC anyway, with all its modding possibilities? Betray us in the comments!
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