Leaked Document Reveals Remasters for Oblivion, Fallout 3 and More

More remasters could be releasing in the coming months and next year!

Newly leaked documents reveal unannounced games by Bethesda including remasters of great classics like Oblivion.

The huge leak (via The Verge) comes from the documents that got accidentally published as part of the Microsoft vs. FTC trial. This included a chart that was put together in July 2020 before the March 2021 purchase of Bethesda parent company ZeniMax Media.

The chart revealed various unannounced upcoming titles with their release schedules. It also includes titles with outdated schedules like Starfield since it got delayed a lot, and other games that possibly got canceled. It would still give fans an idea of what titles could be announced soon.

One title that also stands out is Dishonored 3, a title that fans of the previous titles have wished for a long time. This will now give them hope that a sequel is finally in the works.

Screenshot via The Verge

Financial year 2022:

  • Oblivion Remaster
  • Indiana Jones game

FY 2023:

  • Doom Year Zero and DLC
  • Project Kestrel
  • Project Platinum

FY 2024:

  • The Elder Scrolls 6
  • Project Kestrel: Expansion
  • Licensed IP Game
  • Fallout 3 Remaster
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo Sequel
  • Dishonored 3
  • DOOM Year Zero DLC

Aside from the chart, the image provided in the leaked documents revealed the revenue forecast of each upcoming title at that time. The newly launched Starfield today was expected to generate $900 million in revenue, but since this is already out of date, the exact number could be way higher than this. The Elder Scrolls 6, an upcoming title that many fans anticipate, is predicted to generate $1 billion when it comes out. That might become a great undertaking since the documents also revealed that The Elder Scrolls 6 is going to skip PS5 and launch exclusively on Xbox and PC. Well, there are a lot of rabid fans of the series, so who knows?