At the moment, it is difficult for the studio to determine the exact platforms on which the game will be released.
During the recent Microsoft vs. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) hearing, the CEO of Xbox and Microsoft Gaming Phil Spencer provided a much-needed update on Bethesda's The Elder Scrolls VI, revealing that the long-awaited continuation of the series won't be released until at least 2028.
Speaking to an FTC lawyer, Spencer noted that the new installment in The Elder Scrolls series is "likely five-plus years away", with the game itself still being at its pre-production stage, almost two years since the previous 2021 update. In addition, the CEO commented on TES VI's planned Xbox/PC exclusivity, saying that at the moment, it is difficult for the studio to determine the exact platforms on which the game will be released.
"I think we've been a little unclear on what platforms it will launch on given how far out the game is," Spencer said (via IGN). It's difficult for us right now to nail down exactly what platforms that game will launch on. As I said with Elder Scrolls VI, it’s so far out it’s hard to understand what the platforms will even be at this point. It's the same team that’s finishing Starfield, which comes out this September. So we're talking about it being likely five-plus years away."