After Microsoft acquired zenimax, the parent company of Bethesda, it has become a matter of great concern to the players whether all the games released by Bethesda will be shared by Microsoft. In theory, the acquisition has not yet been completed, so Microsoft should not comment in detail on this, but Bethesda hopes to be able to make games for players on all devices. < / P > < p > in a recent interview, Todd Howard of Bethesda game studio expressed this idea. He hopes that players who play games on any device can experience Bethesda’s works. “We have a strong sense of the idea that we want to play games for everyone, no matter where they are or what devices they use,” he says. We’re very passionate about this idea, and ultimately we believe that being a member of Xbox rather than a third party will make it easier to make great products and make it easier for more people to experience it. ” < / P > < p > of course, Microsoft supports Xbox and PC devices, and now they have access to the mobile terminal through cloud streaming, so they should have some advantages in cross platform experience. Howard also mentioned this point, but I don’t know whether there will be multi platform Bethesda games in the future. < / P > < p > in an earlier interview, Xbox boss Phil Spencer once said that there was no need to let Bethesda’s work land on a competitor’s platform to recover its investment. Global Tech