In a recent leak during the ongoing legal battle between Microsoft and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), court documents have unveiled several unannounced games from Bethesda, a subsidiary of ZeniMax Media. The leaked documents were part of Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media and included a roadmap of upcoming Bethesda games.
One of the most exciting reveals is a new Doom game called Doom Year Zero, which was scheduled to launch sometime during the current financial year. The roadmap also mentioned Dishonored 3, the third installment in the popular immersive sim series. Fans of the franchise will be pleased to learn that a sequel to Ghostwire: Tokyo is also in the works.
Aside from the already released games such as Starfield, Redfall, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and Deathloop, the roadmap also includes games that have yet to be announced. These include Project Hibiki, Project Kestrel, and Project Platinum, which are shrouded in mystery. There is also a tantalizing mention of a “Licensed IP Game” set for release in the next financial year.
In addition to these new games, the roadmap suggests that Bethesda has plans for remasters of older titles like Fallout 3 and Oblivion. These remastered versions will likely bring these beloved classics to a new generation of players.
However, it’s important to note that roadmaps are subject to change. The roadmap itself reveals that Starfield’s launch was delayed by two years, and The Elder Scrolls VI is not expected until at least 2026. Furthermore, some games mentioned in the document may have been canceled since its revelation in July 2020.
Despite this, the leaked roadmap offers an exciting glimpse into the future of Bethesda and the games we can expect to see in the coming years. Fans can look forward to new entries in popular franchises like Doom and Dishonored, along with mysterious projects yet to be unveiled.
– Microsoft vs. FTC leaks
– Court documents from Microsoft’s acquisition of ZeniMax Media