Starfield and Xbox Exclusive Bethesda Games Explained

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Starfield will not be coming to the PS5 according to GamesBeat’s Jeff Grubb who is citing industry sources. However, that doesn’t mean that every Bethesda studios game or even every Xbox studios game going forward will be locked to a Microsoft platform.

In today’s video, we are exploring why some games in the future still might come out on multiple platforms. Mojang and Minecraft for example are owned by Microsoft but they are fully supported across the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation devices.

Is it possible that some Bethesda games might get the same treatment? Well, sit down, take a break, and have a listen while we have a quick look at what that might entail.

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