20 Bethesda Games Added to Xbox Game Pass, With More (Exclusives) On The Way

    Bethesda Games Join Xbox Game Pass
    Bethesda Games Join Xbox Game Pass

    As the Microsoft-Zenimax Media acquisition comes to a close, we’re starting to see what that means for Bethesda fans on Xbox. Today, Xbox just announced that 20 Bethesda games are joining Xbox Game Pass across PC and console. A handful of these games will also be getting ‘FPS Boost’ for improved performance on the new Xbox Series consoles.

    The list of games include the following:

    • Dishonored Definitive Edition
    • Dishonored 2
    • Doom (1993)
    • Doom II
    • Doom 3
    • Doom 64
    • Doom Eternal
    • The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind
    • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
    • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition
    • The Elder Scrolls Online
    • The Evil Within
    • Fallout 4
    • Fallout 76
    • Prey
    • Rage 2
    • Wolfenstein: The New Order
    • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood 
    • Wolfenstein: Youngblood

    While most Bethesda games will be available across Xbox consoles, PC and cloud, there are some games which haven’t made the cut to PC right now:

    • Fallout: New Vegas
    • The Elder Scrolls Online

    The new deal has just been finalised, and as such Bethesda announced that it will have more announcements to come in the summer regarding new titles like Starfield. Phil Spencer (Head of Xbox) confirmed during the Bethesda-Xbox roundtable that the key goal of this partnership is to bring exclusive games to the Xbox platform, which is something that we suspected way before the deal was finalized.

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