Get ready, because it is time for a new edition of the Peepshow. Boris and JJ have plenty to talk about! For example, after the purchase of Bethesda, the head of marketing of Xbox has apparently announced that no Xbox First Party games are coming to other consoles. So does this mean that current and future PlayStation owners can say goodbye to the new Elder Scrolls and Starfield? There is also fuss around Ubisoft and Mike Morhaine, co-founder of Blizzard, has founded a new game company. In short, enough material to talk about!
What will Xbox do with Bethesda games?
Last week, Microsoft threw a bomb on the games industry. As if millions of voices suddenly cried out in terror, gamers found out that their favorite games might not be coming to the PlayStation console. Xbox owned Bethesda. Now that franchises such as The Elder Scrolls and Fallout are actually in Microsoft’s hands, there was no firm statement that the games would actually be platform exclusive. Many PlayStation fans therefore hope that future games will come to the PlayStation console. But will that also be the case? Xbox’s Head of Marketing, Aaron Greenberg, seemed to wipe out this hope in one fell swoop this week. He reported in one podcast that future first party games will only appear on the Xbox. And that’s going to be a thing then. What do Boris and JJ think about this?
Again hassle around Ubisoft
The past few months have not been good for Ubisoft. Anyone who thought it would slow down by now is wrong. Michel Ancel, the former Beyond Good & Evil 2 director, who resigned earlier this month, is involved in an investigation into ‘toxic behavior’ in the Ubisoft workplace. Is there a causal relationship? Boris and JJ are going to tell you in this edition of the Peepshow.
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