The executive teased the upcoming content in a GamesRadar interview focused on research the company has conducted into Xbox Game Pass, which has attracted over 18 million subscribers.
The service offers access to a library of over 100 games, including all Xbox Game Studios titles at launch, and a survey of 14,000 consumers found that 55 percent of subscribers joined primarily to get new games at release.
“That’s why we made the investments that we have,” said Decker. “We have 23 studios across Xbox and Bethesda, working on Halo, Forza, Fallout, and new IP that we haven’t even talked about yet that’s gonna blow your mind. We can deliver all of that into Game Pass on day one.”
Xbox boss Phil Spencer said in March that delivering exclusive games for platforms that support Xbox Game Pass was the primary reason Microsoft purchased Bethesda’s parent company ZeniMax in a $7.5 billion deal.