Yesterday was certainly characterized by the news he saw Microsoft products acquire, for an amount equal to 7,5 billion dollars, ZeniMax Media or the parent company of Bethesda Softworks. A purchase that has attracted the attention of all the professionals and, above all, of the fans of the various franchises of the American software house (among which there are the series FallOut, The Elder Scrolls e DOOM) who have shown a lot of concern about the fate of their favorite series now that the company that develops them has entered the protective wing of the Redmond giant. In particular, many users have wondered if the software house will continue to support The Elder Scrolls Online also on PlayStation 4 and what the future developments of the game will be.
Same ZeniMax Online Studios immediately wanted to silence all the rumors and rumors that were emerging on the subject by releasing a Press release via your Twitter account. In the post, reported at the bottom of the article, the director of the study Matt Firor said that while Bethesda Softworks and ZeniMax Online Studios will be part of Microsoft, the studio will continue to support The Elder Scrolls Online in the same way it has been done to date, on every platform it has been released on.
Despite having had a rather complicated launch, over the years the MMORPG set in Tamriel has managed to accumulate a very important user base also thanks to the continuous efforts by Bethesda to improve and enrich the game with new contents such as the city of Markath, announced just yesterday. Although the Sony console has not been explicitly mentioned even once, the announcement by Matt Firor will surely make all fans of the title who play on PlayStation 4 sleep peacefully.
A note from Matt Firor, Studio Director of ZeniMax Online Studios: https://t.co/fI25uklrZ5 pic.twitter.com/q3qoJwUmXu
- The Elder Scrolls Online (@TESOnline) September 21, 2020