An previous launch schedule leaked in paperwork launched for the FTC v. Microsoft trial mentions quite a lot of unnanounced video games together with Dishonored 3, a Ghostwire Tokyo sequel, Doom 12 months Zero, and Fallout 3 and Oblivion remasters.
As posted by Wario64, the leaked doc exhibits an previous ZeniMax launch schedule that lists quite a lot of main titles we already know about–such as Starfield and Elder Scrolls 6–alongside a handful which have by no means been introduced.
The unannounced video games embrace a 3rd recreation within the Dishonored sequence, regardless of latest studies that Deathloop was developed attributable to Bethesda turning down Dishonored 3. A Ghostwire: Tokyo sequel additionally seems on the schedule, which seems to have been greenlit whereas the unique recreation was nonetheless in growth. A brand new Doom title named 12 months Zero can also be on the record, together with two a lot of DLC–suggesting it is deliberate to be a significant title.
Two of Bethesda’s most beloved older RPGs, Fallout 3 and Oblivion, are additionally on the record for a remake, with each unique titles over 15 years previous now.
Notably the discharge schedule seems to be from earlier than the Covid-19 pandemic hit, with video games nonetheless aiming for his or her pre-pandemic launch dates–such as Starfield slated for 2021, or Elder Scrolls 6 nonetheless anticipated in 2024. Many of the unannounced video games are on the schedule for monetary 12 months 2024, which implies we probably will not see any of them till 2026 or later. Its additionally doable the titles have been quietly cancelled or shelved since this schedule was present, however we’re holding out hope that the titles nonetheless exist behind the scenes someplace.
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