Microsoft refutes Redfall accusations: ‘We haven’t released any PlayStation games’

Microsoft refutes Redfall accusations: ‘We haven’t released any PlayStation games’

A few days ago we told you about the interview given by the creative director of Arkane Studios, Harvey Smith to IGN France. The developer revealed that following the takeover of Bethesda (which owns Arkane), Microsoft asked the team responsible for Redfall to focus exclusively on PC, XSX/S and Game Pass, rather than PlayStation 5.

“We haven’t removed any PlayStation games. In fact, we’ve expanded our footprint of games we’ve shipped to Sony PlayStation since our acquisition of ZeniMax. (Bethesda owner – editor’s note) and the first two games we shipped after shutdown were PlayStation 5 exclusives,” the statement read (via Gamespot).

It’s not hard to guess that Microsoft’s spokesperson was referring to Deathloop and Ghostwire: Tokyo, which were originally released exclusively for PC and PlayStation 5 consoles, although they were released after the Redmond giant completed its acquisition of Bethesda. Both games were available on Xbox consoles a year after their debut (Deathloop is out now, Ghostwire will hit the platform on April 12).

The problem, however, is that while the claims of not removing PlayStation games are true, Microsoft hasn’t commented on the fact that work started on a version of the game for that platform isn’t complete.

Finally, let us recall that red drop will debut on May 2 this year. The game targets PC and Xbox Series X/S. At the same time, the title will be available as part of Game Pass, both for PC and for the aforementioned consoles.

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