Phil Spencer thinks Xbox can recoup $7.5 billion Bethesda deal with software exclusives

There’s a good chance you won’t be playing Elder Scrolls 6 on PlayStation 5.

Xbox has been making big moves lately. The console manufacturer has been scooping up studios, bolstering its in-house game development teams. Its latest acquisition of ZeniMax, the parent company of Bethesda, has led to a lot of questions in the industry. Will Xbox be releasing Bethesda titles on competitors’ consoles and is it feasible to even recoup the massive price tag attached to the purchase?

In a recent interview with Stephen Totilo of Kotaku, Head of Xbox’s Phil Spencer revealed that he believes Xbox can recoup the cost of the $7.5 billion acquisition without releasing Bethesda games on PlayStation.

Bethesda’s titles are coming to Xbox Game Pass now that Xbox owns its parent company, ZeniMax.

To Totilo’s question of, “Is it possible to recoup a $US7.5 ($11) billion investment if you don’t sell Elder

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