Microsoft has apparently not yet announced every game that should hit the market for Xbox in 2021. In a current Episode of the Iron Lords Podcast Jason Ronald, Director of Program Management at Xbox, lets through that they still have one or the other Xbox game in store. When asked which games he would still play in 2021, he replied "that not all games that will be released this year have already been announced". Of course, that leaves a lot of room for speculation. In one Thread on Reddit Fans speculate, for example, whether the racing game Forza Horizon 5 or a new first-person shooter from the Wolfenstein series could be coming up this year.

It remains to be seen whether the rumors will come true: Ronald did not provide any further details on the Xbox games that have not yet been announced for 2021. As soon as we get more information about this, you will find out as usual on our website. One thing is certain: Microsoft's Bethesda deal has been concluded – the EU Commission has approved the takeover.

In addition, the references to a live stream of Microsoft on the future of Bethesda games. It is possible that the company will talk about upcoming Bethesda games as part of the stream – and thus give a first preview of the plans. Game series such as Wolfenstein, The Elder Scrolls, Fallout and the new Starfield are being created under Bethesda. We will keep you up to date in our news area.

Via VG247

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