A massive leak of Bethesda's planned release schedule reveals plans for The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Fallout 3 remasters, as well as sequels like Dishonored 3 and Ghostwire: Tokyo 2.
The source is, incredibly, a rather innocuous-looking FTC investigational hearing held remotely with Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer on October 11, 2022. While the transcript includes no leak, the files attached do.
Now, to begin with, it is important to clarify these were internal Bethesda plans circa 2020. Nearly all of the games have been delayed from the estimates in that table, in large part due to the massive curveball known as COVID. For instance, Deathloop was planned for a fiscal year 2020 release but launched in September 2021; Starfield, Redfall, and Hi-Fi Rush (here under the codename Project: Hibiki) were planned for a fiscal year 2021 launch but eventually released in 2023. Even Ghostwire: Tokyo received a slight delay from fiscal year 2021 to March 2022.
Still, delays notwithstanding, it is unlikely that Bethesda's schedule has changed that much in terms of active projects. As such, with an Oblivion remaster originally planned for fiscal year 2022, we could be looking at a 2024 release. Interestingly, the Indiana Jones game in development at MachineGames seems to have been scheduled for fiscal year 2022, too. Applying the same two-year-delay criteria, we could be looking at a late 2024 target launch; Executive Producer Todd Howard did say that the game would be unveiled next year.
For fiscal year 2023, we have a DOOM: Year Zero game (likely in development at id Software) and two unannounced projects, known only by their codenames (Kestrel and Platinum). Kestrel is the new game in development at ZeniMax Online Studios, havingRead more on wccftech.com