Elder Scrolls 6 PlayStation petition has a whopping 6 signatures, oof
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A petition to keep The Elder Scrolls VI on the PlayStation 5 has failed spectacularly, not even getting 10 signatures.
PlayStation fans are still salty that future Bethesda titles will be Xbox exclusives. Since Xbox acquired the developer, it’s become more than likely that its upcoming titles, The Elder Scrolls VI and Fallout 5, will only be playable on Xbox consoles and PC.
Check out Bethesda’s teaser trailer for The Elder Scrolls VI below
We’ve already seen this with Starfield, another game that PlayStation fans petitioned to be brought to their consoles, which also went nowhere. That being said, Xbox could make Starfiled playable on Sony’s platforms, just not how you’d expect.
Back to the matter at hand though, a frustrated fan has expressed outrage at The Elder Scrolls VI no longer being multiplatform and has taken action in the form of a change.org petition.
The fan said the exclusivity was “unacceptable,” and that the exclusivity on future Bethesda titles “must stop”.
Unfortunately, the petition has been active for a few days and has only amassed six signatures, which is obviously nowhere near enough.
Whether the petition will pick up steam is another question, but it’s more than likely a wasted effort either way.
The developer saw a lot of success with Starfield despite it only launching on Xbox and PC, gaining over 10 million players, as well as bringing in extraordinary amounts of revenue through its sales and Xbox Game Pass partnership. While the company is being funded by Xbox/Microsoft, there’s really no need for them to release titles on PlayStation consoles aside from a show of good faith.
It’s currently unknown when The Elder Scrolls VI is expected to release, as Bethesda is yet to provide a launch date, however when it does, it’ll be available on Xbox Series X/S and PC.