Leaked Bethesda roadmap shows Oblivion Remaster and Dishonored 3

Bethesda is reportedly working (or was working) on ​​remasters for Fallout 3 And The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivionsays a document released as part of a massive Microsoft leak. A bevy of partially redacted/confidential emails and documents that were part of it FTC proceedings against the monolithic gaming company content was posted online in the early hours of September 19th Information about a new Xbox Series X console, Xbox boss Phil Spencer dreams of buying Nintendoand a version of Bethesda’s release roadmap.

The release schedule for the Bethesda game has been leaked

Microsoft bought that Starfield Publisher for $7.5 billionmillion in March 2021, which led to years of talk and controversy, with the former facing (and ultimately winning) an FTC case when the latter attempted to also acquire Activision Blizzard. Now court documents related to this case have been leaked, and these documents apparently included an older roadmap from ZeniMax (Bethesda’s parent company), as it lists Starfield as a 2021 release when it just came out in September of this year. Reviewed in a PDF by KotakuThe “Title Release Schedule” also lists Project Hibiki (which eventually… HiFi Rush) as a 2021 release, but the game was actually released in January 2023.

ZeniMax’s 2021 list should include that too Slandered FPS Redfall (which came out this year), Fallout 76 Fallout Worlds expansion (which went live in 2021) and Ghostwire: Tokyo (which debuted in spring 2022). So it seems that this entire release schedule has shifted by a year or two in one direction or another, with massive titles like Starfield be pushed back.

The leaked document suggested that 2022 would include that upcoming Indiana Jones gamesome Starfield DLC and an as yet unannounced remaster of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Following the logic above, we could potentially see all three things by 2024 if Bethesda stays on track. According to the graphic, a new year should be introduced in 2023 Doom game (called Fall year zero), a Elder Scrolls Online Expansion and two unnamed projects codenamed Kestrel and Platinum.

The roadmap extends to 2024, which has the most titles listed of all years in the table. It contains The Elder Scrolls VIwhat we know won’t come until 2026 (and certainly not for PlayStation); an extension for Project Kestrel; DLC for Fall year zero; a “Licensed IP Game”; A Ghostwire: Tokyo Consequence; dishonored 3; and a remaster of Fallout 3. A Dishonored The sequel is great news for fans of the Arkane series, as is this news Ghostwire: Tokyo seems to be getting a sequel too.

Although this document clearly lays out Bethesda’s plans for the future, game development is constantly changing, so it’s unclear whether all of these games are still planned or in the works. Kotaku Bethesda has asked for comment. At the time of writing it appears that the Original links to the Northern District Court of California documents have been removed, but PDFs are still in circulation.

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