In the recent Microsoft leaks, in addition to the updated Xbox Series S/X, a collection of Bethesda games, including several undisclosed titles, has come to light. This comprehensive list was unveiled through an internal Microsoft document dated July 2020, which preceded the company’s acquisition of Bethesda.
The roster encompasses games spanning until the conclusion of the 2024 financial year, alongside well-anticipated releases like this year’s Starfield and Redfall.
Among the expected upcoming console and PC releases, like Elder Scrolls 6 and the Indiana Jones game, some titles have yet to receive official announcements from either Bethesda or Microsoft.
According to this potentially outdated leak, a new Doom game titled “Doom Year Zero” was originally planned for release during the current financial year. This game was slated to receive additional DLC within the same year and another DLC in the following financial year.
Another undisclosed title is Dishonored 3, projected to launch during the next financial year (April 2024 to March 2025). This coincides with Bethesda’s reported plans to release a sequel to Ghostwire: Tokyo, which initially debuted in 2022.
The list also indicates that players can anticipate remastered versions of past Bethesda titles, including Oblivion and Fallout 3.
Elder Scrolls 6 is not coming to PS5
The leaks also revealed that Bethesda is not planning to release the upcoming open-world fantasy RPG on Microsoft’s biggest rival, Sony’s PS5.
After the leaks, Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, came out and acknowledged that these documents were indeed real, but he said they were outdated and didn’t reflect the “real plans”.
So, who knows? We might see Elder Scrolls 6 on PS5 in the future. Or not.