The Elder Scrolls 6 will be an ‘ exclusive to Xbox, or at least this is currently the idea behind the next, expected in the series Bethesda: I said the journalist Jeff Grubb on Twitter.
Grubb felt compelled to clarify in response to an at least imaginative interpretation of the words recently spoken by Pete Hines, who addressed PlayStation fans who felt left out after Xbox bought Bethesda.
According to a user, in fact, Hines would have said that there is the possibility that in the future games like Starfield will also arrive on PS5, but in fact, this was not the meaning of his words and Grubb wanted to reiterate it quite harshly.
The speech is therefore quite simple: net of agreements already established, Microsoft’s interest is undoubtedly to make the $7.5 billion spent on the acquisition of Bethesda and use the games produced by the team to promote the sale of its consoles or at least Xbox Game Pass.
The service includes many in fact cloud games and in a few weeks the servers have been enhanced with the use of the Xbox X Series. Anyone will be able to access this catalog, provided they have a sufficiently fast and stable internet connection. Also to play The Elder Scrolls 6, possibly.