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Xbox head teases Bethesda’s “future roadmap”: “It’s an incredibly exciting time” – NME

Xbox head Phil Spencer has hinted at Microsofts exciting future with Bethesda, following its acquisition of ZeniMax Media last week.
During a recent appearance on Major Nelson’s podcast, Spencer called it an “incredibly exciting time for Bethesda, in reference to the companys future roadmap and upcoming games.
I have the benefit of knowing the future roadmap and having some insight into the things that have been both announced and unannounced that the teams are working on, Spencer said.
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