The image of an internal document below, initially posted by Jay Peters at The Verge, shows the games that Bethesda had planned from 2020 onwards. This was before Microsoft completed the purchase of Bethesda in 2021. Of course, the pandemic was also in the mix and likely contributed to dates slipping for a number of titles. We can see, for instance, that the Oblivion remaster was originally planned for a 2022 release. That game has not come out yet.
The image also stems from communication a few years ago and that occurred before Microsoft’s purchase of ZeniMax, so there’s a chance that some of these games may not ship at all.
A Fallout 3 remaster was also scheduled for 2024, however with the likes of Oblivion being pushed back at least a couple of years, it’s quite possible that it could have received the same kind of delay. A lot can change in a few years.
The document also referenced some unnamed titles, including an Indiana Jones game, Project Kestrel, and Project Platinum.
Oblivion and Fallout 3 were originally released on the Xbox 360. It’s safe to say those versions haven’t aged that well, so remasters of those hugely popular games would be most welcome. News of a new Doom game will make fans of the franchise…
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