Bethesda Softworks has announced that DOOM Eternal and MMO The Elder Scrolls Online will reach PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X.
Judging by the wording of the announcement, first the games will be available on next-gen via backwards compatibility. After that, developers will release improved versions. If you have a digital copy of the game for PlayStation 4/Xbox One (or both), you will get a more updated edition for free.
The release dates of The Elder Scrolls Online and DOOM Eternal on PS5 and XSX, as well as the list of upcoming improvements, will be revealed later. Next-gen versions of other Bethesda games have not yet been revealed, but the company expects that other projects can also be upgraded without extra costs.
It is possible that Bethesda will share details about moving their creations to the next generation during the online festival QuakeCon at Home. The event will be held from August 7–9. See the schedule of broadcasts here.
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