Following the successful and unexpected release of Hi-Fi RUSH last week, players on forums and social media have noted that the game is Bethesda’s first title exclusive to Xbox platforms. Recall that Microsoft announced the purchase of Bethesda in the fall of 2020, and the deal was fully closed in the spring of 2021. Players in social networks recall what the Bethesda team has managed to do in the Xbox camp during this time.
If we take only game releases, from 2020 to 2023, Bethesda, to date, has released 4 new games. Even before the deal between Microsoft and Bethesda (in March 2020), the release took place DOOM Eternal. Since the completion of the purchase from Bethesda, 3 new games have been released:
Deathloop. Release: September 14, 2021. Playstation 5 console exclusive for 1 year, released to Xbox Series X a year later | S.Ghostwire Tokyo. Release: March 25, 2022. Playstation 5 Console Exclusive for 1 Year, Coming to Xbox Series X | S in March 2023.Hi-Fi RUSH. Release: January 25, 2023. Xbox Series X Exclusive | S and PC.
In addition, Bethesda actively supports The Elder Scrolls Online (the game already has more than 21 million players) and Fallout 76 (the game already has more than 13.5 million players) – below you can see a list of company releases for 3 years, including add-ons and small projects, such as porting old Quake and DOOM to new platforms, which prepared Yellow 13 Fallout Fan Twitter account.
Currently in development at Bethesda with release plans in 2023, known projects include:
In addition to the listed planned releases for 2023, Bethesda has a lot of other projects in development, both well-known (like the new part of The Elder Scrolls and the Indiana Jones game), and not yet presented.
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