VGC Editor-in-Chief Andy Robinson decided to share a new indiscretion regarding the Xbox gaming ecosystem, saying that after Starfield, Hellblade II: Senua’s Saga and Avowed will hit the market, and a new and discussed chapter of Fable will come much later.
The journalist, who in recent months has begun spreading a lot of rumors online (which have since actually been confirmed by the reality of the facts), said in a new podcast of the English trade magazine VGC that Microsoft has decidedly more ideas, clearer than in the past when it comes to is about upcoming Xbox releases.
It’s in that sense, in fact, that at the Redmond giant they’ve already mapped out plans for post-Starfield games, a highly anticipated Bethesda game that we remember will hit the market by the end of 2023, with some insiders like Jez Corden envisioning official release in June this year.
According to the journalist, that’s why Hellblade II: Senua’s Saga and Avowed are now in near-complete development, with a launch that therefore won’t be too far away, while it’s all about a new chapter of Fable.
That’s because, according to Robinson, actual production on Playground Games’ new work has only recently begun, so it’s impossible to imagine a launch close. Regarding Fable, the discussion was also addressed by Jordan Miller, editor of VGC, who stated that he learned from some reliable sources that the new game draws strong inspiration from The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt.
Finally, Andy Robinson said that Everwild and Perfect Dark will also debut on the market in just a few months, given that development is still in its early stages.
According to Andy, the developers of The Initiative contacted him and told him why they left last year because the studio was poorly managed.
Andy assumes the Act/Biz marketing team will be running the Xbox in 2-3 years if the deal goes through.
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