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 Written by John Scalzo  on September 28, 2006

News: The rumors are true and they're truly not surprsing.



After months of speculation, the inevitable (did anyone not assume it would eventually happen?) has happened. The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion has been announced for the PS3 and PSP. Bethesda Softworks will be developing and publishing both titles themselves.

Oblivion will be a launch title for the PS3 and the PSP version, an obviously scaled down version titled The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion will be in available in the Spring.

?We're very excited to be able to bring a game like Oblivion out for launch for the PlayStation 3,? said Bethesda Softworks president, Vlatko Andonov. ?Oblivion's countless awards and commercial success to date make it clear that PlayStation 3 owners are in for a real treat this November.?

We'll have more soon.



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