The remaster for Oblivion and several other games have been leaked after the FTC vs. Microsoft case unveiled Microsoft’s development slate.
In a report by The Verge, it is stated that the confidential information was incorrectly hidden and unintentionally posted publicly, causing a massive leak to ensue.
“A massive amount of highly confidential and unredacted Microsoft docs have leaked as part of the FTC v. Microsoft case. They were attached to a single file and incorrectly hidden and posted publicly. A huge error that has led to a giant leak. More to come.” said The Verge reporter, Tom Warren.
Seeing as the document stated that the Oblivion remaster was originally set to release for the 2022 fiscal year, so information is likely outdated, as the plans were likely made years in advance.
There are no further details as of now.
Although these plans may have been changed or even been scrapped, they might still give players a little insight into what Microsoft has in development.
Some other unannounced games and their release dates found in the document include:
- Doom Year Zero and DLC (fiscal year 2023) and a second set of DLC (fiscal year 2024)
- The Fallout 3 remaster (fiscal year 2024)
- A sequel to Ghostwire: Tokyo (fiscal year 2024)
- Dishonored 3 (fiscal year 2024)