But wants to offer “best” experience on its own platforms.
There have been some concerns about the future of Bethesda games on certain other platforms since the third-party video game giant responsible for the likes of Doom and The Elder Scrolls series was acquired by Microsoft in September for a whopping $7.5 billion.
Fortunately, there’s no need to worry (at least too much) about future Bethesda support on Nintendo platforms moving forward. During a conference last week, Microsoft’s chief financial officer Tim Stuart made it clear Bethesda would continue to support other systems but the experience would be “first or better or best” on Microsoft’s platforms.
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