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The Elder Scrolls VI Is Not Coming To PS5 And Is Expected To Arrive In 2026 At The Earliest

The Elder Scrolls VI will not be coming to the PS5 and is going to be exclusive to PC and Xbox, according to documents that have been released following Microsoft’s court battle with the FTC. This has long been expected, although just recently Phil Spencer offered a glimmer of hope by stating the Xbox maker looks at games ‘on a case-by-case basis.’

While Sony console owners are not going to be embarking on the next instalment in the fantasy-RPG series, The Elder Scrolls VI is still a long way off, as the document reveals that it is not expected to come out until 2026 at the earliest.

The Elder Scrolls VI was announced just over five years ago at E3 2018, although all we’ve seen on the game so far is a logo. However, it’s clear at this point that the project is still in the early stages of production; Bethesda has only just released Starfield, so will be committed to post-launch support for a while.

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Beyond The Elder Scrolls VI, another major exclusive that Bethesda has in the pipeline is the Indiana Jones video game, which is also skipping PS5.

[Source – The Verge]