Today's been a bit eventful hasn't it! Microsoft hosted a special 'Bethesda Joins Xbox' roundtable presentation earlier today, and as part of it, Xbox boss Phil Spencer had some interesting comments about exclusivity.
Spencer outright stated during the show that the goal is to "deliver great exclusive games for you, that ship on platforms where Game Pass exists," which suggests that games such as The Elder Scrolls 6, Starfield, Indiana Jones and more won't be making an appearance on PlayStation in the future, which is quite the bombshell.
However, as fans have pointed out, Spencer acknowledged that older games, as well as "things that have their contractual things or legacy on different platforms" might not be exclusive, and that "legacy" comment has got some people wondering whether franchises such as The Elder Scrolls might fall under the 'legacy' banner.
"Even in the future, there might be things that have their contractual things or legacy on different platforms that we'll go do."
The Elder Scrolls 6 is a good example to speculate over, then - not just because it's so highly anticipated, but because we're still not 100% sure whether it'll be totally exclusive to Xbox. What do you think? Give us your thoughts below.