The newly released document also provided another release window update, as shared by The Verge editor Tom Warren on social media, with details stating that the game won’t be coming out until “at least 2026”.
This means that fans of the massively popular Elder Scrolls video game series will only get to play the next instalment if they own an Xbox and/or PC.
Additionally but not unknown, fellow Bethesda titles Starfield and Redfield were also released exclusively to Xbox and PC.
Since Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media, the parent company of Bethesda Softworks, all titles have been released exclusively to Xbox and PC, with all future titles seemingly set to be exclusive too.
PlayStation’s exclusive titles have always been one of the console’s main competitive edges, such as the recent Spider-Man games from Insomniac.
Xbox isn’t new to having exclusive game titles, however, it looks like Microsoft plans on raising its exclusivity bar even higher to sway more gamers to Xbox.
Bethesda’s upcoming Indiana Jones game is also set to exclusively on Xbox and PC, another revelation to come out of the FTC vs. Microsoft case in recent years.
The Elder Scrolls VI does not yet have a set release date.