In honor of the successful completion of the deal between Microsoft and Bethesda, the companies held a roundtable discussion on future projects. As many would have guessed, the deal was mainly aimed at releasing future games to platforms that support Xbox Game Pass.
This was announced during the event by the head of Xbox Phil Spencer. However, this does not mean that Bethesda will completely abandon games for other platforms.
So, at least Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo should appear on the PlayStation. Most likely, TES VI will also look there.
In addition, Microsoft has no plans to stop supporting already released titles on other platforms. First of all, we are talking about TES Online and Fallout 76.