Although Bethesda is in effect a Microsoft study, doubts persist about the future of the major series of the well-known development company. Starfield, a new IP, will land exclusively on Xbox, but what will happen with The Elder Scrolls, a historically cross-platform series?
The issue was raised by a user on Twitter who proposed the recent statements of Pete Hines of Bethesda. According to the interpretation provided in the twitter that you find below, Bethesda would not have closed the doors permanently to the publication of Starfield on PS5. At this point, however, the usual Jeff Grubb intervened, who from the height of his knowledge wanted to make the situation clear.
According to reports from the well-known insider and videogame journalist, Starfield will remain firmly anchored to the Xbox platforms, and the same will happen with The Elder Scrolls 6. Microsoft has vigorously declared that it wants to continue to add value to the service offered by Xbox Game Pass, and an exclusive of such weight would make its on-demand gaming platform decidedly irresistible for all fans of the series and lovers of role-playing.
In any case, this is information of which we are not sure, and as always it will be better to wait for the next reveal of the game. What we know at the moment is that The Elder Scrolls 6 will be released after Avowed and Fable, as stated by Phil Spencer in the past few weeks.