According to a leaked Microsoft presentation uncovered on Tuesday, Bethesda Game Studios is reportedly working on the remasters for The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion and Fallout 3, and as well as Dishonored 3 and several other unannounced games.

The list of scheduled releases was part of an internal Microsoft document from July 2020, which was issued ahead of the company’s acquisition of Bethesda. The list includes titles up until the end of 2024’s financial year, along with games such as this year’s Starfield and Redfall.

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The list showed upcoming console and PC releases such as Elder Scrolls 6 and Indiana Jones game. However, some names included are yet to be officially announced by either Bethesda or Microsoft.

A Doom game called Doom Year Zero, and a Ghostwire: Tokyo sequel, were also listed in ZeniMax’s title release schedule. There were also several others some of which were codenamed: Project Kestrel, Project Platinum, and a “licensed IP” game.  Dishonored 3 was listed as coming sometime during the next financial year (April 2024 to March 2025). 

ZeniMax reportedly also had free-to-play projects in the works, too, most of which are codenamed: Project Ubu, Project Wanderer, and five unnamed games.

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The document leak happened as part of the FTC vs. Microsoft case when they were attached to a separate, redacted document and uploaded as evidence, which apparently was done in error. The document was discovered by a ResetEra forum member early Tuesday morning. Polygon has confirmed that these files came from the case’s file repository.

The outlet also reported that plenty of changes to the original schedule as listed in the document could have happened since Microsoft bought the company. Oblivion was expected out in 2022, for example, and Starfield in 2021.