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.
Microsoft is building a huge platform for its gaming future, and that includes home-grown games from teams within Xbox Game Studios. A question of quality and consistency has hung over Xbox in recent years as it pertains to games. Can Microsoft change? Does it even need to change?
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.
Ninja Theory shared a studio update in the Dreadnought Diaries episode 3, showing the technology and art process behind Project: Mara. The entire game takes place within an apartment that the team is working to painstakingly recreate.
Perfect Dark is back. The Initiative, a studio first founded in 2018 and comprised of industry veterans, is working to reinvent this classic spy series. Here's everything you need to know about Perfect Dark.
At the Game Awards 2019, Senua's Saga: Hellblade II was officially revealed. It's being developed by Ninja Theory and appears to take a much darker tone than the first game. Here's everything we know about it right now.