Although earlier statements from Microsoft suggested that a good portion of Bethesda's future games could reach other platforms after Microsoft's acquisition, most notably the PlayStation and Nintendo Switch, the situation has changed considerably since the acquisition was finalized. Microsoft is now singing another song, and its boss, Phil Spencer, points out the Xbox Game Pass as the only safe place to see all future Bethesda titles.
On the occasion of the successful completion of the acquisition of Bethesda, Spencer responded politically that Microsoft will honor Bethesda's earlier exclusive agreements with Sony regarding games such as Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo, but also that it will primarily focus on strengthening and further developing and growing Xbox Game Pass. , which will be the only safe home for all future Bethesda games.
Spencer also commented on some of Bethesda's multiplatform titles, such as The Elder Scrolls Online or Fallout 76, which still have a huge player base on all platforms, saying that Microsoft will continue to support such games on all platforms because it cares. to the players and their communities.
On the other hand, unless the Xbox Game Pass miraculously hits the PlayStation and Nintendo consoles, the chances of playing The Elder Scrolls VI and Starfield on them, as well as the future DOOM, Fallout, Dishonored or Wolfenstein, are almost zero.