In the mid-2000s, Bethesda planned to release The Elder Scrolls 4: Oblivion, not only on PC and gaming consoles, but also on the portable PSP. Today a gameplay video has surfaced from The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion for the PSP-version, which had been worked by Climax London and Climax LA.
Once upon a time, Bethesda had plans to bring the franchise of The Elder Scrolls to the PlayStation Portable. Now, the video is missing, but Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion is not forgotten that has appeared online.
The video, captured by PtoPOnline, was made possible through a Redditor called Morderax, who somehow managed to obtain an initial version of Travels on PSP.
The Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion was originally planned as a linear version for their console and PC counterparts. Developed by Climax, the game would have a major world where the player would embark on missions that took place in fixed areas similar to dungeons.
According to Unseen64, although the project looked promising, there was no time or enough money for Travels that could be finished. And so the fate of Elder Scrolls Travels: Oblivion was sealed.
Currently the clip has been removed from YouTube at the request of Zenimax Media, which includes Bethesda Softworks. However, you can watch the same video on different streaming platform below: