Wolfenstein and Arkane Studios collections rated for Xbox Series X|S

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Wolfenstein Dishonored Prey Arkane Studios Collections Xbox Series X Xbox Series S exclusive

Microsoft is working quickly following their acquisition of Bethesda Softworks parent company ZeniMax Media as Wolfenstein, Dishonored and Prey collections have been rated for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S.

Spotted by IGN, two separate collection releases have been rated by the ESRB for both of the next-generation Xbox consoles.

Firstly, there’s the rating for the Wolfenstein Alt History Collection, a compilation of “four first-person shooters in which players assume the role of a US army ranger leading rebel forces through an alternate historical reality.”

This collection will likely include The First Order, The Old Blood, The New Colossus and Youngblood. With Xbox unwilling to support VR on their consoles, the collection will be missing the VR spin-off Wolfenstein Cyberpilot.

Secondly, a rating for The Arkane Collection was posted that features multiple Dishonored games and the fantastic immersive sim horror game Prey.

“This is a compilation of four first-person shooters/role-playing games in which players engage in stealth, assassinations, melee, and ranged combat to complete various missions,” reads the ESRB rating.

The collection will probably include Dishonored, Dishonored 2, Death of the Outsider and Prey.

This will be the first release by a Bethesda Softworks studio following the news that Microsoft will be buying them for $7.5 billion. Despite these collections consisting of old software, there is only a rating for Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S as of right now.

With Bethesda games coming to other consoles on a “case by case basis“, these collections of old software could come to PlayStation 5 or Nintendo Switch. Only time will tell.

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