Ghostwire Tokyo News
He could return to the director's seat, given the right conditions.
A new PS5 sizzle reel nails down timing for Athia and a few other Sony-favored titles.
Phil Spencer says Microsoft isn't "out there with [its] business card" courting teams in Japan.
To Howard, going to Xbox was a natural next step, not a seismic shift in the games industry.
Bethesda's two timed Sony console launches will honor those commitments in the wake of Microsoft's acquisition.
Ghostwire: Tokyo is officially coming to PlayStation 5.
Other companies will have online events in June to replace their E3 plans; Bethesda won't.
Still no word on where she's headed next.
The creative director is leaving the new Shinji Mikami project behind.
Doom Eternal, Elder Scrolls: Blades on Switch, and lots more from the Bethesda press conference.
Think supernatural, not survival horror.