Xbox’s Phil Spencer Teases Future Bethesda Games

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In case you missed it, the massive information out of final week was the acquisition of ZeniMax Media, the guardian firm of Bethesda, by Microsoft and Xbox for $7.5 billion in money. The acquisition brings a number of studios and necessary IPs into the first-party standing for Xbox, together with Fallout, Elder Scrolls, Doom, and extra. After the deal was introduced, Xbox boss Phil Spencer was joined by Bethesda’s Todd Howard and Pete Hines on Major Nelson’s podcast to debate the entire thing, and Spencer teased simply what’s coming down the pipe from Bethesda.

“I benefit from understanding the longer term roadmap and having some perception into the issues which were each introduced and unannounced that the groups are engaged on,” Spencer mentioned in the podcast. “It’s an extremely thrilling time for the work that Bethesda‘s studios are doing, as they proceed with the craft of making games and likewise excited about how our medium of gaming continues to evolve and their position in that.”

Notably, it’s recognized that Bethesda has each Starfield, a sci-fi video game, and the most recent and biggest installment in The Elder Scrolls, The Elder Scrolls VI, in growth. The undeniable fact that Spencer particularly talked about unannounced titles is especially thrilling, after all. And that does not even contact on upcoming Bethesda properties like, for instance, Arkane Studios’ Deathloop.

Xbox’s acquisition of Bethesda remains to be topic to all the same old authorized hurdles behind such offers, however Microsoft expects to shut on it within the second half of the fiscal 12 months 2021. This marks simply the most recent high-profile acquisition from Xbox with earlier firms like Double Fine Productions and Obsidian Entertainment being acquired in recent times. The Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S are each set to launch on November 10th for $499 and $299, respectively. You can take a look at all of our previous coverage of Xbox right here.

What do you consider this acquisition? What do you hope to see from Xbox now that ZeniMax Media/Bethesda Softworks is a part of the fold? Let us know within the feedback, or hit me up immediately on Twitter at @rollinbishop to speak all issues gaming!

[H/T GameSpot]


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