Microsoft as well as Xbox agents showed up in court previously this year to obtain its $69 billion acquisition of Activision Blizzard legitimately greenlit. Per common court procedures, different e-mails, records, as well as extra were secured far from the general public as well as press, however lots of hidden records dripped today. It’s exactly how we discovered Xbox head Phil Spencer considered acquiring Nintendo and Warner Bros. Games at one factor, which Microsoft is planning an Xbox Series X/S refresh with a new controller for next year. Other records indicate possible remasters of Fallout 3 as well as The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, along with various other games.
More particularly, a “ZeniMax Management Forecast” record information prepare for different games, consisting of the previously mentioned remasters of Fallout 3 as well as Oblivion, along with a prospective follow up to 2022’s Ghostwire: Tokyo as well as a 3rd installation in Arkane’s Dishonored series.
You can have a look at the paper on your own listed below (credit score to Game Pass Tracker on Twitter):
It likewise points out The Elder Scrolls VI, which we simply discovered will launch no earlier than 2026 and will not launch on Sony’s PlayStation 5.
It’s essential to keep in mind that this dripped paper mores than 3 years of ages, so it’s risk-free to think strategies have actually transformed which this timetable likely does not stand for the firm’s existing strategies.
For extra, check out exactly how Xbox head Phil Spencer considered acquiring Nintendo and Warner Bros. Games in 2020, and after that take a look at the refreshed Xbox Series X/S and new Xbox controller coming next year, according to inner Microsoft records.
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