Elder Scrolls VI Release Date and PS5 News

Looking for some Elder Scrolls VI release date and PS5 news? Well, you should know that the Elder Scrolls VI will be skipping the PS5 and it will also not be coming until at least the year 2026. The long-awaited and anticipated reveal of the game comes as part of a new document that was revealed during the FTC v. Microsoft case.

Elder Scrolls VI Release Date

Elder Scrolls VI Release Date

A document that was recently released as part of the FTC v. Microsoft case confirms what has long been expected: The Elder Scrolls VI is not going to launch for a couple of years, and it isn’t coming to PlayStation either. As per the new chart, which Microsoft reportedly produced for the FTC, the next Elder Scrolls game is not expected to launch until at least the year 2026 which is something a Microsoft lawyer also made mention of in the court case. And just as much like most recent games by Bethesda, Starfield, and Redfall, it will be available on both PC and Xbox when it does get to launch.

In a statement regarding exclusivity that was attached to The Elder Scrolls VI section of the chart, which reportedly comes from an interview with Xbox head Phil Spencer in GQ, Spencer stated that “In order to be on Xbox, I want us to be able to bring the full complete package of what we have. And that would be true when I think about Elder Scrolls VI.”

The Elder Scrolls VI Reveal Date

The Elder Scrolls VI was initially revealed back in 2018, though we have not really heard much about the next fantasy adventure of Bethesda since then. It has long been expected to be an exclusive to Microsoft platforms, even if it is that the company wouldn’t confirm it; in the previous year, as part of the same FTC v. Microsoft case, it was at the time revealed that the next three Bethesda games would be exclusives. That would in case you don’t know include Starfield, The Elder Scrolls VI, as well as the upcoming Indiana Jones game.

Other Important Reveals during Today’s Case

This reveal in question is just part of a deluge of new details that came to light out of the case today, and this is including the plan of Microsoft to stream PC cloud games, the briefing by Activision Blizzard on the next Nintendo Switch, as well as the reaction of Microsoft to the PS5 announcement.



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