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Instead, the roundtable with serve as an introduction to the key people and teams at Bethesda.
You’ll be able to watch the event from 10am PST/1pm ET/6pm UK via the YouTube video embedded at the top of this page.
UPDATE: During Thursday’s event, Xbox boss Phil Spencer said delivering “great exclusive games” for platforms that support Xbox Game Pass was the primary reason Microsoft acquired Bethesda parent ZeniMax Media.
Xbox also confirmed plans to launch more Bethesda titles on Xbox Game Pass on March 12.
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Microsoft announced on Tuesday that it had completed its acquisition of Bethesda parent ZeniMax Media in a $7.5 billion deal.
The move sees Xbox Game Studios grow from 15 to 23 development teams with the addition of Bethesda Game Studios, id Software, ZeniMax Online Studios, Arkane, MachineGames, Tango Gameworks, Alpha Dog and Roundhouse Studios.
“Xbox and Bethesda have long shared a common vision for the future of gaming,” Xbox head Phil Spencer said this week. “Both as fans and as creators, Bethesda understands the potential of Xbox Game Pass.
“We will have more to share about what’s next for our teams later this year. In the meantime, to properly celebrate this special moment, we are bringing additional Bethesda games into Xbox Game Pass later this week. Stay tuned for more details!”
Microsoft may announce which additional Bethesda titles are coming to Game Pass during today’s event.
Bethesda titles not currently available on Xbox Game Pass include The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Evil Within, The Evil Within 2, Dishonored, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Prey, Doom, Fallout 3, Fallout 4, Wolfenstein: The Old Blood, Wolfenstein: The New Order, Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus and Rage.
The following Bethesda games are already on Xbox Game Pass: Wolfenstein Youngblood (console and PC), The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition (console), The Elder Scrolls Online (console), Doom Eternal (console and PC), Rage 2 (console and PC), Fallout New Vegas (console), Fallout 76 (console) and Dishonored 2 (console and PC).
“Gamers should know that Xbox consoles, PC, and Game Pass will be the best place to experience new Bethesda games, including some new titles in the future that will be exclusive to Xbox and PC players,” Spencer said on Tuesday.