In a recent statement from Phil Spencer, fans received some clarity regarding the future of Bethesda exclusivity. Here’s why these latest developments make Xbox Game Pass impossible for the competition to ignore.
During the Bethesda Joins Xbox roundtable discussion, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer was asked about exclusivity surrounding games from Bethesda Softworks. Spencer answered that while there are contractual obligations, Bethesda is delivering exclusive games to platforms with Xbox Game Pass.
After completely regulatory reviews, ZeniMax Media has been acquired by Microsoft. Today, Head of Xbox Phil Spencer shared the news that Bethesda is now part of Xbox, with some future games to be exclusive to Xbox and PC players.
Microsoft steps to the top of the pile with one of the highest-quality content libraries in gaming history. DOOM, The Elder Scrolls, Fallout, Dishonored, Wolfenstein, and many more join the likes of Halo and Minecraft as Microsoft becomes a content powerhouse.
One big question still hangs over the big Bethesda acquisition. Will all of those games go Xbox platform exclusive? Let's examine the three major possible scenarios, and see if we can draw some kind of conclusion.
Robert A. Altman, co-founder of Bethesda Softworks and CEO of parent company ZeniMax Media, has died. Under Altman, ZeniMax Media grew, culminating in a deal announced in September 2020 for the company to be acquired by Microsoft.
Fallout: New Vegas may be an old game, but it's still one of the best RPGs out there — and you can make the experience even better with mods. Here's a list of all the best New Vegas mods available today.
Per a new filing, the European Commission will rule whether or not to grant approval to Microsoft's acquisition of ZeniMax Media by March 5. This acquisition was first announced in September 2020 and is currently undergoing standard regulatory review.
The Elder Scrolls Online: Gates of Oblivion is the year-long adventure for ZeniMax Online Studios' MMO throughout 2021. The Blackwood story chapter brings over 30 hours of content and is set to arrive in June 2021.
Bethesda shocked the world when it announced an Indiana Jones game was being developed by MachineGames in partnership with Lucasfilm Games. Here's everything we know so far about the new Indiana Jones game.
After seven years of development, a team of modders has finally finished and released Fallout: The Frontier, a full game-sized project that takes the series to Portland, Oregon. Here's a look at what it has to offer.