Microsoft-owned Bethesda recently launched Starfield for PC and Xbox, but the question of upcoming games in The Elder Scrolls series also being locked to Microsoft’s gaming platforms has been unknown. Now it seems to be nailed that the long-awaited fantasy adventure skips Playstation launch.
The information has appeared in connection with the US competition authority FTC’s review of Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard. More specifically, it is specified that the game will only be released for PC and Xbox. In addition to the developers skipping the launch on Sony’s game console, it also appears that the launch will not take place until 2026 at the earliest.
While it’s sad news for Playstation owners that the developers are skipping the Playstation launch, the news doesn’t come as a shock. Last year it became known that Bethesda’s three upcoming games would be PC and Xbox exclusive titles, a trio that includes Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI and Indiana Jones, which Bethesda is working on together with Swedish Machine Games.
Elder Scrolls VI was already presented in 2018 when the game received a card teaser. If there are no changes to plans, the video in question, as well as upcoming trailers, is the closest Playstation owners will get to experiencing The Elder Scrolls VI on their game consoles.
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