Dishonored 3, New DOOM, Fallout 3 and Oblivion Remasters Among Leaked Bethesda Titles

Dishonored 3, New DOOM, Fallout 3 and Oblivion Remasters Among Leaked Bethesda Titles

Richard Walker

FTC trial documents have already leaked details regarding The Elder Scrolls VI, Microsoft's plans for an Xbox Series X|S console refresh, new controller, and next-gen Xbox, but there's more where that came from, with an array of Bethesda projects also outed.

The leaked document (via VGC) includes a roadmap of Bethesda titles, covering ones we already know about or have recently released, like Starfield, Redfall, Ghostwire: Tokyo, and MachineGames' Indiana Jones game, as well as a selection of unannounced projects, including Dishonored 3 and a new DOOM.

The new DOOM is reportedly titled ‘DOOM Year Zero’ and will include DLC within the same year it releases, as well as further add-ons the year after. A sequel to Ghostwire: Tokyo is also on the cards, and Arkane is concocting Dishonored 3. Moreover, remasters of The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and Fallout 3 are also listed.

Games in the works under the codenames of Project Kestrel and Project Platinum are shrouded in mystery, but all will no doubt be revealed in due course. Still, Dishonored 3 and a new DOOM? Count us in.

  • I don't think we will see all these titles actually come out. The two remasters I could see maybe being outsourced or a very quick remastering to get a couple titles out from Bethesda while they spend the next several years working on TES6.

    A new DOOM would be awesome, but ID seemed like they were shelving DOOM for a bit to work on new projects.

    Ghostwire 2, I could see this happening, though if you take away the PS5 sales, maybe it's not such a safe bet?

    Dishonored 3 is also hard to pin down, as Arkane said they wanted to do other stuff, but maybe after the Redfall disaster, they'll go back to what works for them.
  • Would love to play a remaster of Oblivion. They have the tech to make a definitive version of the game.
  • I'll take all of these, except a Ghostwire sequel. The story was intriguing, but the gameplay was incredibly monotonous.
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