The Elder Scrolls 6 Could Be ‘Exclusive to Xbox’

Rumors that The Elder Scrolls 6, the new game of the popular RPG game The Elder Scrolls, may be Xbox Exclusive, have been circulating for a while. While this rumor is still obscure; Xbox head Phil Spencer signaled that this rumor might be true during an interview.

Xbox President Phil SpencerIf we look at what ‘s said in a new interview, the sequel to the legendary RPG series The Elder Scrolls The Elder Scrolls 6 is exclusive to Xbox seems more and more likely.

Speaking to GQ, Phil Spencer said The Elder Scrolls 6 is just via the Microsoft platform Implying that it would follow in Starfield’s footsteps by being released. Spencer also said that this decision, “it’s not about punishing another platform” to Xbox customers “a complete package” attempt to present a part of underlined that.

It’s still unclear if The Elder Scrolls 6 will be exclusive to Xbox

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Spencer, “I want us to be able to bring the full package of what we have for the sake of being on Xbox. That would be true when I thought of The Elder Scrolls VI. That would be true when I thought of any of our franchises.” confirmed the possibility that this is possible. That’s not much for PlayStation fans of other studios brought into the Xbox family as part of the Zenimax acquisition, which was completed earlier this year, such as Deathloop developer Arkane or Doom developer iD Software. may not be good news; however, when we think about it, this wouldn’t be a big surprise, frankly.

Bethesda’s Pete Hines confirmed last August that Starfield PS5 won’t happen, and that’s what The Elder Scrolls 6 “planned” reports followed that it was exclusive to an Xbox. Since the acquisition, Microsoft has said that Zenimax’s final PlayStation obligations, Deathloop and Ghostwire Tokyo, will be met, but after that the situation will change had clearly stated.


Xbox Head Tips On The Elder Scrolls 6 Release Date

No matter what platforms Skyrim is released on, this is likely to happen. a few years Looks like it will take more. Last week, Todd Howard announced that The Elder Scrolls 6 until 2026 implying that he may not come; He talked about Starfield’s launch next year and the four to five year development period Bethesda is working on.