Mysterious Xbox Game Sequel Development Leaked, But There’s Bad News!

Legal documents relating to the Activision Blizzard acquisition reveal that the development of the mysterious Xbox sequel could take up to ten years…



With Xbox holding a Games Showcase and Starfield Direct shortly, speculation is rife as to what the company may be working on. The mysterious game sequel hinted at in legal documents could take up to 10 years to develop.

The development of video games has taken years since the beginning of game production, and this trend has only intensified as the demands of making triple-A titles have increased.

As Xbox tries to attract more gamers through acquisitions like the Activision Blizzard deal, there have been increasing revelations that the company is taking its time to develop a title. This could take up to ten years.

In a snippet of the slow takeover of Activision Blizzard by Xbox, which is being adopted by countries worldwide, a Microsoft executive said there was a “title in the pipeline” from an edited franchise that “could take up to a decade to develop”. This part of the Xbox’s legal submissions also revealed, among other things, how long Halo Infinite was in the pipeline. Also, how much did 343 FPS cost to develop. Also, which Microsoft executive was referred to in the sentence. As the franchise in question remains obscure, it could be a series of titles already announced. These could be Fable, Perfect Dark or Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls 6, but it could just as quickly be an unannounced project.

Given that it took Bethesda four years to develop Fallout 3, seven years to create Fallout 4 and six years to make Skyrim, The Elder Scrolls 6 could easily be a contender for the ten years of development referred to in the legal filing, but it is not the only possibility.

Each Xbox launch highlights future content that fans of the platform can expect in the near future. These often come alongside day-one Game Pass and DLC reveals. This piece of legal information from the company is connected with the acquisition of Activision Blizzard. This could mean that June’s Xbox Games Showcase will feature at least one triple-A world premiere. That’s assuming the game, which is ten years in development, hasn’t already been unveiled.

It’s not yet clear exactly what franchise the Xbox legal papers refer to. The only thing helping to narrow fans’ guesses is that it’s related to a triple-A development like Halo Infinite. In any case, we are curious to see which title it could be.

Source: IGN

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