According to the leaked FTC document, Bethesda is currently working on several games. The document is authentic and reveals almost everything the company will be producing in the next few years.
So, based on this document, Bethesda plans to release a new Indiana Jones game and a remaster of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion in 2024.
Developers will also release a new Doom game titled Doom Year Zero. Unfortunately, we don't have any further details about Doom. However, it's known that id Software is working on a new version of the id Tech Engine. Hence, it's likely that Doom Year Zero will be built on this.
Bethesda also plans to release The Elder Scrolls VI, Fallout 3 Remaster, Dishonored 3, and Ghostwire: Tokyo 2. It's doubtful these projects will be out in 2024, so the mentioned release date may no longer be accurate. Also listed are a "licensed project" and two games with codenames Project Platinum and Project Kestrel.
This is a court document, so all this information is legitimate. However, it's already three years old, so some things may not be up-to-date. For instance, developers intended to release Starfield in 2021 based on this document.
To recap, here are the planned projects for the 2024-2028 period:
• Indiana Jones;
• TES 4: Oblivion. Remake;
• DOOM Year Zero;
• Project Kestrel;
• Project Platinum;
• Dishonored 3;
• TES 6;
• Ghostwire: Tokyo 2;
• Fallout 3 Remake.
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