Phil Spencer doesn't seem to be sure as to what the final decision will be.
It appears that Xbox isn't sure whether it'll make The Elder Scrolls VI an exclusive or not. Bethesda's latest release, Starfield, has garnered the ire of PlayStation gamers, who feel as though they're missing out from the title being exclusive to Xbox and Windows.
There would likely be a similar outcry were The Elder Scrolls VI to miss out on Sony platforms, but in a recent interview with Bloomberg, Phil Spencer doesn't seem ready to say whether the game will be exclusive or not.
"We look at it on a case-by-case basis with the games that we build," said Spencer. "We want to make sure our games are available in so many different places - on our Xbox consoles, on PC, also via cloud, these games can come to almost any web-enabled device. We're looking at millions and millions of players who will have access to Starfield and other Xbox Game Studios games. It's really about giving players choice around how they want to play and they build their library of games."
Previous rumours did suggest that the game would only be coming to Xbox, but as The Elder Scrolls VI has only just entered early development, we won't have to worry about exclusivity for a long time.