Microsoft does not intend to withhold Bethesda games from Sony and Nintendo gamers, but PC and Xbox users can expect advantages moving forward.
After its blockbuster purchase of Bethesda this summer, there were fears Microsoft could raise the drawbridge on franchises like Doom, Fallout and The Elder Scrolls.
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