“Microsoft and Bethesda will host a joint convention this summer time to introduce gamers to their upcoming initiatives,” the article reads. On Twitter, the creator Chloé Woitier famous the conference would be coming “in a few weeks,” most probably throughout E3 2021, which takes place from June 12-15.
[Fil] J’ai pu m’entretenir avec Matt Booty, directeur des Xbox Game Studios. A propos du rachat de Bethesda :
– conférence commune Microsoft-Bethesda dans quelques semaines
– objectif : les nouveautés Bethesda dans le Game Pass dès le jour de leur sortiehttps://t.co/J1CQWnj8bl
— Chloé Woitier (@W_Chloe) May 20, 2021
Elsewhere in Woitier’s Twitter thread, they be aware Microsoft’s technique is to “go away studios their artistic freedom” post-acquisition. As for future acquisitions, Booty reportedly stated “I am unable to share something,” however Woitier added that “it didn’t odor of a agency and definitive no”.
For extra particulars on all the pieces to count on at this 12 months’s E3, take a look at our E3 2021 wiki guide, which particulars all of the confirmed recreation publishers and video games on the convention. In different information, Microsoft has stated that “some” Bethesda games will be Xbox/PC exclusives going forward. Starfield was reportedly confirmed to be an Xbox and PC exclusive earlier this week.
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