The upcoming projects for Bethesda have reportedly been leaked, which reveal details on The Elder Scrolls VI, Elder Scrolls and Fallout remasters, a possible Quake Remake and much more.
Since Xbox acquired the former publisher and developer early last year, the new ownership is giving Bethesda more funding and extra resources, according to leaker, Skullzi on Twitter. It should be noted that all the new Bethesda information comes from anonymous sources close to the developer’s inner workings, so take it with a grain of salt as they are not inside statements.
It also may not reflect the final product of The Elder Scrolls VI, which is still literally three to four years away from its reported release target if the leaks are to be believed. To add to that, XboxEra co-founder, Nick Baker has added the leaks line up with what he heard about the upcoming Elder Scrolls game.
The full list of Bethesda leaks are listed below:
- PvPvE game in dev at Roundhouse that may surprise you
- TES VI set in Hammerfell
- TES VI will have a political system
- Betrayals, marriage and factions matter in TES VI
- No dragons in TES VI
- TES VI in full dev, early stages
- Target release is 2025-26
- BGS Austin and Montreal working on Spyteam
- Mando MMO at Zenimax Online
- Quake reboot in talks
- TES and Fallout remasters via inXile
- Xbox shifting resources to assist Bethesda with massive workloads
- TES potential 4x strategy game
In addition to the news, the Skyrim developer has revealed its moving Bethesda.net Launcher to Steam. Users will be able to get previously purchased games for free on the popular PC storefront as a part of a service migration process. Users won’t be just transferring games to Steam but also their save files, currencies, and friends lists for Fallout 76, Doom Eternal, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, The Elder Scrolls: Legends, Rage 2, and Deathloop.
Bethesda announced back in February it would be putting the service to bed Undertaker style on May 11th and is also offering five classic titles for free on Steam including The Elder Scrolls Arena, The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall, The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard, An Elder Scrolls Legend: Battlespire, and Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory.