Marvel’s Blade Will Be An Xbox Exclusive, Insider Says

Bethesda has declined to comment on the matter.

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  • Marvel’s Blade, being developed by Arkane Lyon, was announced at The Game Awards 2023.
  • According to Shpeshal_Nick, the game will be an Xbox exclusive.
  • VG247 reached out to Bethesda but the company declined to comment on the matter.

According to X user @Shpeshal_Nick, Marvel’s Blade will be an Xbox exclusive. Blade was officially announced at this year’s The Game Awards, being developed by none other than Arkane Lyon. The news was posted on and gave a little bit of information about the title. However, it did not mention whether Blade will only release on the Xbox platform. 

Shpeshal_Nick has a proven track record when it comes to leaks. While it’s a better approach to take everything with a grain of salt until announced officially, one should always look at the facts. As previously revealed by Nick, the Indiana Jones game was confirmed to be an Xbox and PC exclusive. Given the ownership of the studios involved with this new project, it’s pretty much a given that Marvel’s Blade will only launch on Xbox platforms.

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Following the announcement of Marvel’s Blade and Nick’s subsequent tweet regarding its exclusivity, VG247 reached out to Bethesda to get some clarity on the matter but the company declined to comment. As they point out, the news post about Blade avoids any mention of platforms but in the article for Redfall from 2021, there are multiple mentions of the FPS launching solely on Xbox Series X|S and PC in addition to being on Xbox Game Pass on day one.

Marvel's Blade
Marvel’s Blade

Marvel’s Blade is a mature, third-person, single-player adventure based on the iconic Daywalker. The title is set to take players to a section of Paris that’s been quarantined amid a supernatural crisis. Arkane Lyon, known for its masterful work on the Dishonored series and Deathloop has begun development on the project.

Players can expect to see more details in the future but at the moment, there’s still much more work to be done before Blade can see the light of day.

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