Oblivion Remaster, Doom Year Zero, Ghostwire Tokyo 2 and Dishonored 3 listed in ZeniMax documents

Published: Sep 19th 2023, 12:32 GMT   Comments

ZeniMax files from 2020 mentioned several unannounced titles

Several unannounced titles were confirmed today through FTC vs. Microsoft court document leak. 

Just a friendly reminder, the uncensored attachments within the court files have provided extensive insights into the upcoming updates for Xbox consoles, specifically concerning the 2024 refresh and the 2028 next-gen update. Additionally, these files feature a list of ZeniMax games (the company that owned Bethesda and ID Software), shedding light on the strategic direction of the company for the next two years.

However, it’s worth noting that these files are dated back to 2020, before Microsoft’s acquisition. It’s evident that some of the mentioned titles may have already missed their release deadlines, and some might have been abandoned along the way.

ZeniMax 2020 forecast, Source: FTC vs. Microsoft court files

Fiscal Year 2022:

  • Indiana Jones Game
  • Oblivion Remaster
  • Elders Scrolls Online Expansion

Fiscal Year 2023:

  • Doom Year Zero
  • Elders Scrolls Online Expansion
  • Project Kestrel
  • Project Platinum

Fiscal year 2024

  • The Elder Scrolls VI
  • Project Kestrel: Expansion
  • Licensed IP Game
  • Fallout 3 Remaster
  • Elders Scrolls Expansion
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo Sequel
  • Dishonored 3
  • Doom Year Zero DLC

Among the revealed titles are the Oblivion Remaster and an Indiana Jones game. Interestingly, Bethesda hadn’t officially announced the former, and the latter has been delayed from its initial 2022 release plan. Furthermore, there are mentions of Fallout 3 and Dishonored 3, both slated for release in the fiscal year 2024. Notably, there’s also reference to a new Doom title with the codename “Year Zero” set for the fiscal year 2023, along with an accompanying DLC scheduled for a subsequent fiscal year.

Intriguingly, ZeniMax’s management is also planning some projects with rather vague names, such as “Project Kestrel,” “Project Platinum,” and an enigmatic “Licensed IP game.”

Source: The Verge

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