During the hearings in the case against the US Federal Trade Commission (FTC), Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer dodged a question about the status of The Elder Scrolls VI, but the company’s recently released court documents provide specific information on the matter.
Let’s not forget that during his testimony, Spencer refused to confirm the exclusivity of The Elder Scrolls VI (previously nothing bothered him), citing the release of the game remotely – at least five years. According to the director, the release of the game is so far away that it is not yet clear which platforms will be relevant.
Judging from Microsoft documents published last Friday, September 15, The Elder Scrolls VI will be released only on PC and Xbox consoles no earlier than 2026. Microsoft provided similar information about the game’s platform to the FTC last fall.
Below the Microsoft Exclusivity Statement for The Elder Scrolls VI is a quote from Spencer from a November 2021 GQ interview: “Within Xbox, I want us to be able to give the full package of what we have. And this also applies to The Elder Scrolls VI.”.
The Elder Scrolls VI was officially confirmed at E3 2018. Since then, the project has not received a single new trailer and Starfield has finally left pre-production for release: the game is in early stages of development and is not scheduled for release. shown in the near future.
Source : 3D News
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