Earlier this year, Microsoft announced that it was acquiring ZeniMax Media for a whopping $ 7.5 billion. This has quite important implications for the studies and properties of ZeniMax; for example, we are not sure if big series like Ancient documents, Fall out, CONDEMNand Wolfenstein they will be exclusive to Xbox (and PC) in the future. What we do know is that many of the ZeniMax games will be available via Xbox Game Pass as they have already started to appear on the service.
The floodgates of Xbox Game Pass began to open with the additions of Eternal DOOM, Rage 2and Fallout 76, and soon, we’ll see another major ZeniMax game join the service: Skyrim. The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim It was released over 9 years ago, and since then, it has been released on almost every platform imaginable. Starting next week, you can play it as part of an Xbox Game Pass subscription.
Given the age of the game, it’s hard to imagine that there are many people who haven’t played it yet, but if it’s you, you’ll soon be able to see it on Game Pass. Skyrim will land on the console and PC versions of Xbox Game Pass on December 15, and during the second half of the month, other games such as Among us (PERSONAL COMPUTER), Neoverse (console), Killer Queen Black (console), Cybershadow (console and PC) and The medium (console).
We will also see a lot of Yakuza games will soon land on the service, including Yakuza 6: Song of Life and remasters of Yakuza 3, 4and 5. Even before this announcement, December seemed like a great month for Game Pass, so Microsoft is definitely closing 2020 with a flood of games for its subscription service.
With Skyrim Heading into Game Pass, the big question now is which Bethesda games we’ll see next. Fallout 3 and The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion They seem like logical choices, given that they have been on Xbox Game Pass before. We’ll let you know when Microsoft shares more, so stay tuned.