Plus a Fallout 3 remaster, Ghostwire: Tokyo sequel, and new unnamed projects.

The mid-gen hardware refreshes for Xbox Series X and Series S weren't the only things leaked when Microsoft mistakenly put some of their own court documents online. The documents, published online accidentally as part of the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) vs Microsoft over the planned purchase of Activision Blizzard, includes a timeline of planned Bethesda game releases.

This document seems to have been put together back in July 2020, months prior to Microsoft purchasing ZeniMax in March 2021. Obviously, there is a lot here that has already come to pass and more that may not be released in the time periods indicated, or may not be released at all. For instance, Starfield obviously wasn't out in 2021, and the Indiana Jones game by MachineGames is still not out either. However, it does give some insight into what may still be coming from Bethesda and other ZeniMax studios in the years ahead.

A list of games from various ZeniMax studios that were expected to be out between 2020 and 2024. The data is outdated but does include unannounced titles such as Dishonored 3, DOOM Year Zero, remasters for Fallout 3 and Oblivion, and more.

The notable titles mentioned in the document include:
  • The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion Remaster
  • Fallout 3 Remaster
  • DOOM Year Zero (and DLC)
  • The Elder Scrolls 6
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo sequel
  • Dishonored 3

There are also a couple of unnamed titles mentioned:
  • Project Kestrel
  • Project Platinum (and expansion)
  • Project Whirlwind (F2P/mobile)
  • Project Ubu (F2P/mobile)
  • Project Wanderer (F2P/mobile)
  • Licensed IP game
The same document includes some projected revenues for several of these titles. Again, this information and data are extremely out of date. Still, it's interesting to see that Starfield was projected to pull in $900M in revenues in the first four years, The Elder Scrolls 6 would pull in a cool $1 billion in its first year, DOOM Year Zero would pull in $595M in two years, and so on.