Shared as part of the ongoing FTC vs. Microsoft lawsuit regarding the latter's acquisition of Activision Blizzard, the leaked Bethesda release schedule also includes mentions of new entries in the Doom and Dishonored series.
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As spotted by ResetEra user Madjoki, the document includes information about the publisher's plans leading up to the end of Financial Year 2024.
Yet, given how some release dates haven't come to pass and several titles remain unannounced, the document could be potentially outdated.
It lists Bethesda's Indiana Jones game as slated to launch during Financial Year 2022, while Doom Year Zero – presumably a new entry in the venerable first-person shooter series – and DLC for it are listed under Financial Year 2023.
According to the leak, The Elder Scrolls 6 and Dishonored 3 are also slated to launch during Financial Year 2024 alongside a Ghostwire: Tokyo sequel.
While the former hasn't been detailed beyond its announcement trailer, Microsoft's own lawyers and a recent report point towards a 2026 release date at the earliest.
As for the others, we'll simply have to wait and see whether or not their given release windows remain accurate or have shifted.
Nonetheless, even if plans have shifted since the leaked Bethesda release schedule was originally put together, it shows that the publisher remains dedicated to its core franchises while not shying away from fanning the flames of nostalgia with remasters of classic titles.
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