Xbox boss confirms Elder Scrolls VI won't come to PlayStation 5

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The next Elder Scrolls will be an Xbox exclusive.

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The Elder Scrolls VI is one of the most anticipated titles from Bethesda’s Game Studios. Unfortunately, it won’t be coming to the PlayStation platform.


Xbox boss Phil Spencer confirms Xbox and PC exclusivity of the next Elder Scrolls game in an interview GQ Monday. It will be the second major Bethesda game to arrive exclusively on the Microsoft platform — the first sci-fi game to arrive in Starfield 2022 — after The game company was acquired last year for $7.5 billion,

“This is not about penalizing any other platform, as I fundamentally believe that all platforms can continue to grow,” Spencer told GQ. “But to be on Xbox, I want us to be able to bring the full package of what we have. And that’s going to be true when I think about it.” The Elder Scrolls VI, It will come true when I think of any of my franchises.”

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Even though Microsoft owns Bethesda, there were questions about when the exclusivity would begin. deathloop — released in September for PlayStation and Xbox platforms — appears to be the last game under the Bethesda umbrella to appear on a non-Microsoft-owned platform.

As for The Elder Scrolls VI, Spencer had no answer. On Monday, he was part of Xbox 20th Anniversary Livestream where was the big reveal Early release of Halo Infinite Multiplayer,

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