Buying Bethesda by Microsoft sounded exclusive and although the leaders did not want to speak directly about it, it was what everyone expected. Despite this, we had to wait months later for someone as important as Phil Spencer, Xbox CEO, to speak about it.
According to Spencer to GQ, The Elder Scrolls VI will not leave the Xbox ecosystem, reaching only their X | S consoles and PC.
“It is not about punishing other platforms, since I think that all platforms can continue to grow,” he explains in the interview. “But to be on Xbox, I want us to be able to bring the full package of what we have. And that would be true when I think of The Elder Scrolls V I. That would be true when I think of any of our franchises.”
Xbox ecosystem for gamers
This signal completely rules out PlayStation, to whom Bethesda also gave its biggest titles.
Xbox gaming chief Phil Spencer has also questioned the viability of gaming exclusivity deals recently, and Microsoft’s plans for Xbox are heavily focused on subscribing and streaming xCloud games to reach millions more.
The Elder Scrolls VI was announced in 2018 with a small teaser, but no further details of the title are known as of yet. It is expected to hit the markets after Starfield, the space odyssey that Bethesda has announced for November 2022.
Titanfall 2 is A Success On Steam, Are They Good Signs For Titanfall 3?
One of the studios that Electronic Arts has right now and that has been a success with its releases during this generation is Respawn Entertainment, which premiered with the arrival of current consoles, doing its first work called Titanfall reach PC, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in 2014.
In just over two years they released the second instalment of this saga, which would receive the name of Titanfall 2 and that would surpass the first game in every way, in addition to including a single-player campaign to use and that managed to surprise many players who they passed it.
Titanfall 2 Is Another Of The New Hits On Steam
Unfortunately, this second instalment was released in late 2016 just at the same time as Battlefield 1, which made this title go somewhat unnoticed despite being released on PC, Xbox One and PS4, as the first game sold more copies during launch week.
But it seems that the second opportunities are coming to some games that are being launched on the Steam platform and that were sold in other digital stores, the result being a complete success since Titanfall 2 has managed to gather several thousand players in the few days that he has been in the Valve store, leading to giving him a second chance, this time without another grand launch covering this great first-person shooter.
In addition to that, Titanfall 2 has arrived at a great moment on the platform and can be obtained for less than € 10, is an offer that should not be missed if at this point you have not entered the vast universe of this franchise.
We are delighted to see how many games that were already on the market reach Steam and manage to succeed, even more, something that we have also seen at the beginning of the month with Sea of Thieves, which obtained the first place of the best-selling.
Next Week You Can Play All This On Xbox One
Next Week You Can Play: One more week, Microsoft has announced the games that will arrive on Xbox One during the next week. The week we started is full of interesting proposals with high-level independent games after the hangover of releases from past weeks with Disintegration or Desperados III.
After the beginning of the year, from less to more, it seems that little by little normality begins, and week by week, we will receive more and new games for Xbox One. This time we share with you the games that come to Xbox One from 16 to June 19.
Xbox One Releases of the Week
- SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom – Rehydrated – June 23
- Assetto Corsa Competizione – June 23
- A Summer with Shiba Unu – June 24
- Octonaut – June 24
- Night Call – June 24
- Control: The Foundation DLC – June 25
- Tower of Time – June 26
- Yes, Your Grace – June 26
- Dungeons 3: Complete Collection – June 26
- Conan Chop Chop – June 26
List Of Games With Support For Xbox Smart Delivery
Smart Delivery is Microsoft’s proprietary technology that allows the user to purchase the version of a game only. The console will automatically detect which version to download. If the game has support for Smart Delivery, you will have an upgrade to Xbox Series X for free.
This competitive advantage makes the transition to the new generation of the user less traumatic. Having active support for this technology not only saves money for the user but also means savings for studios by having tools to be present in both generations with a single development.
List of games with support for Xbox Smart Delivery
We leave you the list of confirmed games with support for Xbox Smart Delivery. We will update the list regularly every time new games are added. Stay alert for more news.
- Assassin’s Creed Valhalla
- Call of the Sea
- Cyberpunk 2077
- Destiny 2
- DIRT 5
- Halo Infinite
- GEARS 5
- Metal: Hellslinger
- SCARLET NEXUS
- Second Extinction
- The Ascent
- The Last Escape
- Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines 2
- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
Note: Electronic Arts will have several games that will have support for Smart Delivery, but they have not yet detailed which ones.
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