It looks like a handful of Bethesda's best of the last generation will be making the leap to the next. Collections for Dishonored, Prey, and Wolfenstein were noticed as rated the ESRB site today.
Two collections of four games apiece were discovered on the ESRB site today (via ResetEra). The first is a Dishonored and Prey compilation, subtitled "The Arkane Collection," and the other is the Wolfenstein Alt History Collection. Both were rated M for Mature by the ESRB.
Neither entry lists specifically which games will be included. In the case of Wolfenstein, four games add up somewhat neatly: The New Order, The New Colossus, and Youngblood add up for three, and the fourth is likely The Old Blood, a standalone prequel, rather than the VR Cyberpilot game. For Dishonored and Prey, the lineup is most likely Dishonored and its sequel, the Death of the Outsider side story, and 2017's Prey.
Bethesda was already lining up a few games for next-gen upgrades, including Doom Eternal and The Elder Scrolls Online. These collections are specifically rated for the Xbox Series, though. It's unclear whether that's due to Bethesda's recent acquisition, but it could be an early lock for Xbox's console offerings. It's a solid list of games to build up a console lineup with, too.
We'll know more once Microsoft and Bethesda confirm these collection's existence. Meanwhile, the Xbox Series hardware launches on Nov. 10, 2020, and some Xbox Series X consoles are already being previewed. You can check out our big takeaways from those previews here.