Three redactioned future Bethesda games are exclusive, according to Microsoft

As part of the ongoing palaver between Microsoft and the FTC, the platform owner has announced that three upcoming Bethesda games will be exclusive to Xbox and PC.

This information is part of Microsoft’s response to the Federal Trade Commission’s lawsuit against its proposed acquisition of Activision Blizzard (something it calls “unconstitutional”).

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Hidden in the reissue documentare many, lots Pages, Microsoft stated: “Xbox anticipates that three future title – BLACKED – all designed to be played primarily solo or in small groups – will be exclusive to Xbox and PC.”

It also noted that “ZeniMax’s first two new games were exclusive to PlayStation for a year after release,” namely Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo.

You can see the quote along with the surrounding text for context in the image below.

So what could these three mysteriously edited games be? Well, the obvious answers are Starfield, Redfall, and The Elder Scrolls 6.

Both Starfield and Redfall, whose releases were pushed back to 2023 earlier this year, have already been confirmed as exclusive titles. Meanwhile, Bethesda announced back in June that Fallout 5 would be its next game after this The Elder Scrolls 6.

Apart from that, an Indiana Jones game from Wolfenstein developer MachineGames is also in the pipeline, so we can’t rule that out either.

Speaking of which, I need to upgrade from my One for this version. I love me, that whip-wielding professor! But I digress.

There’s also a third option to ponder – that Bethesda has another game in the works that hasn’t been announced yet. This might explain Microsoft’s decision to edit this particular part of the answer.

Elsewhere in the document, Microsoft reiterated its intention to release Activision Blizzard games day and date on Xbox Game Pass. This is something the company doesn’t want to negotiate with the FTC, at least for now.

Now we have to wait and see if both parties can come to an agreement before the lawsuit goes to court. However, if this does not happen, a judge sets a date for the start of the proceedings or dismisses the case altogether. We will keep you updated!

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