While not a direct confirmation that Microsoft intends to keep Bethesda games multiplatform, it's a fairly encouraging sign at this very early stage of a deal with implications that most of us still haven't fully wrapped our heads around. For example, we know it's honoring Bethesda's exclusivity deals with Sony that will see Deathloop and GhostWire: Tokyo release as PS5 timed consoles exclusives. The Elder Scrolls, DOOM, Quake, Fallout, Dishonored, and so many more are now at Microsoft's fingertips thanks to a deal that reportedly cost the tech giant an eye-watering $7.5 billion. HAVE A VIDEO YOU WANT TO FEATURE ON OUR PAGE? But it’s looking like the follow-up to Skyrim won’t launch until a few years into the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X’s lifespan. For those who don’t know it’s a spin-off of The Witcher series and the gameplay is based on the in-game card game Gwent, mixed in with elements of choices and consequences like tThe Banner Saga. If you could combine two or more games into one new title what would it be and how would it play? ", @media (max-width:767px){.css-4n1las{display:none;}}More Like This@media (min-width:768px){.css-1s8mc50{display:none;}}More Like This. As soon as there’s any concrete information regarding Elder Scrolls 6 Xbox exclusivity, we’ll update this post and let you know. We don’t know how many of each model were available and given the Xbox Series S is technically inferior most people buying now are going to be hardcore gamers that want the Xbox Series X, disc drive or not. That may allow us to develop bigger levels. If Bethesda Softworks is still publishing these games, then there's every chance Microsoft will want to see those titles released on as many platforms as possible to keep the profits rolling on. Personally, I’ve played Bloodborne in the past five years for about, oh, 10,000 hours and am now a master of the game. No need to see a shrink. What do you think? Long-term investmentSo Microsoft has put the cat amongst the pigeons by buying Bethesda but as has been pointed out it looks like it is going to be a long, long time before they get anything out of it other than good headlines. What they have said is that future releases from Bethesda -- minus the more imminent ones already locked into place -- will operate under a case-by-case basis. That Godfall discount is definitely interesting though. In 2020, many of its settlements look small and airy. Unfortunately, Howard didn't divulge many other details, let alone specific details, on how large cities will be. Is Elder Scrolls 6 coming to PlayStation 5? Elder Scrolls 6 – not due out next year (pic: Bethesda) The Monday Inbox finds that £70 PS5 games are already getting major discounts, as readers are relived that Oculus Quest 2 … Nice review of the Oculus Quest 2. Cheers.Rich L. in Connecticut. GTA 6, Fallout and Elder Scrolls will all benefit from SSD tech, PS5 release date update: Reasons why Xbox Two could beat PlayStation 5. Answer: Nobody knows for certain yet, but the most likely answer is yes given recent examples and events. Catch up on every previous Games Inbox here. - September 23, 2020 07:31 pm EDT. GC: The standard edition of Miles Morales and Devil May Cry 5 were never supposed to be £70. When Skyrim released in 2010, its cities were pretty substantial and large by the standard of 2011 open-world games. Everything You Need to Know. It will also give Respawn the opportunity to fix all the bugs as it’s one of the most enjoyably janky games I think I played. A new image suggests that The Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim may be coming to PS5, ... typically used as a placeholder for games which will be released that year but don't have a confirmed release date. By Kim Key Jun 29, 2020. Despite the difficulty level, with some levels being incredibly frustrating (I’m probably not as good at games as I was 18 years ago), I’m really enjoying playing it properly again. Another game from a juggernaut series with fans across all platforms. Which means you either pay what they want or you have a little ornament till the end of time on your TV. While Halo Infinite is going to be big, and while Xbox Game Studios has big gamers in the bullpen, it doesn't have anything as big as The Elder Scrolls 6. The Elder Scrolls 6 Reveals Big Gameplay Improvement From Skyrim, PlayStation 5 Review: A Platinum Trophy of Its Own, Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review: A New Spider-Man Worthy of the Name, Pokemon Go Players Are All About Bronzor This Week, Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Update Makes Major Nerf Right Before Release, Hot Toys Reveals Marvel's Spider-Man: Miles Morales and Spider-Cat Figures, 10 Great Cosplays from WWE's Zelina Vega You Should Check Out, Just Dance 2021 Review: A Remixed Version of the Same Song and Dance.