It is still unclear whether Playstation fans will still be able to enjoy the studio's games after Microsoft's purchase of Bethesda and then play Starfield and The Elder Scrolls 6 on the PS5. Now Tim Stuart, Microsoft's Chief Financial Officer for Xbox, has commented on it.
Xbox should be the first port of call for Bethesda games
"When we think about Bethesda, we think about allowing – I say, allowing – to sell their games on the platforms that exist today, and we will determine how that looks and changes over time "said the CFO. "I don't make any announcements about exclusivity or anything. But this model is going to change."
He added, "Microsoft is a platform. We're among the first to really support Minecraft, Roblox, Fortnite across platforms. That's why we're promoting cross-platform gaming just out of this landscape, which, if it's good for the gaming ecosystem , is good for us too, because the classic rising tide lifts all boats ".
He also stated, "What we're going to do in the long run is that we have no intention of simply pulling all of the Bethesda content from Sony or Nintendo or otherwise. But what we want is to have that content on our platforms in the long term View are either the first or the better or the best. We want Bethesda content to be displayed as the best on our platforms. "
Tim Stuart explains that the point is not to offer Bethesda games on fewer platforms in the future or to make them exclusive games, but that they either play best on Xbox or appear first on Microsoft's platform.
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