Bethesda has pledged to deliver free next-gen upgrades from its titles on current-gen consoles to the Xbox Series X / S and PS5 releases, with The Elder Scrolls Online and Doom Eternal premiering line for a sophisticated makeover
Bethesda made the initial announcement in August and has promised to share information on its remaining catalog of titles, including The Evil Within 2, Fallout 4, Wolfenstein: Young Blood and Prey, to name a few – some
Not all titles will be upgraded for next-gen consoles, of course, but Bethesda said their teams are working hard to ensure backwards compatibility when the Xbox Series X / S and PS5 launch in November. , which means his games will be playable even if they are not improved
After Microsoft’s acquisition of Bethesda, more of the publisher’s games are heading to Xbox Game Pass, and new titles are expected to launch on the subscription service from day one Doom Eternal, which will be launched. one of the first Bethesda games to receive a next-gen upgrade with The Elder Scrolls Online (ESO), hits Xbox Game Pass on October 2 and ESO is already available on the service
Bethesda’s commitment to making next-gen upgrades free will thrill those who feared charging fees like Activision does with Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War Alternatively, some publishers like 505 Games have released new ones versions of existing titles, like Control Ultimate Edition, which is the only way to access the upgrade to Xbox Series X / S and PS5
This is great news for PS4 and Xbox One owners who have amassed a large collection of Bethesda games, but even better for Xbox Game Pass subscribers who will be able to play all titles in the near future, and who will probably look better than they already are
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