Game news Indiana Jones: Bethesda’s exclusivity for the Xbox Series threatened by the PS5 version?
We are approaching the second anniversary of the acquisition of Bethesda by Microsoft. The American giant, who does not hesitate to pull out a checkbook in order to afford prestigious studies or publishing houses, has established a lucrative partnership with the company, which will quickly be given in particular by Starfield, Redfall or Indiana Jones. One of the biggest characters in pop culture should land on the Xbox Series X | S, but not only!
- A huge comeback in film and acting for Indiana Jones
- Loss of exclusivity for Microsoft’s Xbox line?
A huge comeback in film and acting for Indiana Jones
The announcement does not come from today, but the one who significantly inspired the emblematic Nathan Drake of Uncharted at Sony and PlayStation has not yet completely sealed his hat and whip. Thanks to Bethesda and Machine Games (developers for returning the license Wolfenstein), a famous adventurer and professor of archeology, is not going on a single mission, but on two! One that will take place on giant screens in cinemas in 2023, and the other on home consoles.
If we hear little about the game since the unveiling of developments in January 2021, the teams will not be idle! Bethesda herself confirms this: done phenomenal work Machine Games staff. All this is therefore encouraging when it comes to releasing a title whose starting window is still unknown, but it would seem that the path of exclusivity on the platforms Microsoft, PC and Xbox Series X | S, is increasingly threatened.
Loss of exclusivity for Microsoft’s Xbox line?
When we hear about Bethesda-led play for two years, the question inevitably arises quickly: will it or will it not be Microsoft’s exclusivity? Many questions, but few answers given over a year and a half. However, thanks to the insider Jezi Corden, who generally follows the news of the Redmond company and its production in general, the topic of gaming media may suddenly become clearer.
last year ** I heard ** and plans may have changed ** (but I don’t expect them to have changed)
– weir (@JezCorden) May 27, 2022
During a sentence spoken during the Xbox Two podcast, a Windows Central journalist mentioned it the possibility of a non-exclusive release on Microsoft platforms, which would mean the availability of software on the PS5, for example. However, he reminds us that this information is no longer completely fresh and should be taken with a grain of salt, because it is possible that Bethesda reconsidered her ambitions for a multiplatform release of a new video game adventure from ‘Indy: we just have to wait for an official response, maybe this summer?