Before it was acquired by Microsoft, ZeniMax Media, the parent company of studios like Bethesda Game Studios and id Software, was working on remasters of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3, and a new entry in the Doom franchise, according to new documents revealed as part of FTC v. Microsoft. The games were included in a July 2020 Microsoft presentation about the then-potential ZeniMax acquisition.
Unannounced games in the presentation include:
There are also a number of titles for console / PC without specific names, including:
Here is the relevant slide, if you want to see the plans for yourself:
Screenshot by Jay Peters / The Verge
Remember that these were estimates from more than three years ago and before Microsoft completed its acquisition of ZeniMax in March 2021, so there’s always the chance that some of these plans have changed dramatically or been scrapped entirely. But they may provide an early look at some of the games we can look forward to from Microsoft down the road.
The same leak also revealed a disc-less Xbox Series X redesign, a refreshed Xbox Series S, and a brand new “Sebile” Xbox controller.
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