by Liam Doolan, Nintendolife
It’s been a big week in the video game industry, with Microsoft officially finalizing its $7.5 billion acquisition of Bethesda’s parent company, ZeniMax Media.
Microsoft is expected to limit Bethesda’s third-party support at a certain point in the future and in a special roundtable discussion, Xbox head Phil Spencer has now further clarified what fans of Bethesda, Xbox andotherplatforms can expect.
While the company will fulfill contractual obligations and continue to support existing releases and services on other systems, if you want to be part of Bethesda’s future, you’ll need to be “where Game Pass exists”. That’s on Xbox, PC, or a device that supports the service.
“So obviously, I can’t sit here and say every Bethesda game is exclusive, because we know that’s not true, there’s contractual obligations that we’re gonna see through as we always do in every one of these instances…
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