Starfield, the next title from the Bethesda Game Studios, got its first real look at gameplay today during the Xbox + Bethesda Not E3 showcase. The gameplay showed off some familiar looking Bethesda mechanics, as well as a look at locations, the vast expanse of space and much more.
Bethesda has delayed both Starfield and vampire open-world co-op shooter Redfall into the first half of 2023, but promises gameplay deep dives soon.
It may never feel like we have enough Starfield information, as details seem to trickle in bit by bit, but in the latest exploration video with Bethesda Game Studios Design Director Emil Pagliarulo, we are given a little taste of what's to come from the Settled Systems.
We're all awaiting more details related to Starfield, the next, spacefaring RPG by Bethesda. Luckily a new series has just dropped on the official Bethesda Softworks channel showing of various locations, with developer commentary explaining why these locations are significant.
If you've been waiting for more looks and reveals of Elder Scrolls 6, well, you might be kept waiting. According to Bethesda studio head Todd Howard, it's still very much in the design phase.
Over the weekend, it was confirmed by Microsoft and Bethesda that the upcoming sci-fi game from the Maryland-based studio, Starfield, would be exclusive to Xbox and PC. Naturally, this upsets PlayStation owners who had been playing Bethesda games for years. The company's SVP of Global Marketing & Comms, Pete Hines, apologized to PlayStation yesterday during an interview with GameSpot.
Bethesda Game Studios kicked off the Xbox + Bethesda Showcase today by giving a glimpse into what its upcoming new IP, Starfield, looks like. And, it finally confirmed a release date: November 11, 2022.
Per a new report, Starfield, the upcoming franchise from Elder Scrolls developer Bethesda Game Studios, will not be released on Sony's PlayStation. Instead, the new IP from the studio will release exclusively on Microsoft's Xbox console, as well as PC.
It looks like a presentation is reportedly in store this week with Microsoft and Bethesda discussing the recent acquisition of the latter by the former.
The European Commission has approved the sale of ZeniMax Media to technology giant Microsoft, clearing one of the few hurdles left for the Washington-based company to acquire ZeniMax and the companies under its umbrella, including Bethesda Softworks.
In a video interview with Todd Howard, details were released about Starfield, Bethesda's new space-faring IP. The Interview is long and comprehensive, but it has provided quite a bit of information that was broken down on a recent reddit post.
By now, you have no doubt seen the news of Microsoft's $7.5 billion buyout of Zenimax Media - the parent company of Bethesda Softworks. Before the hype and excitement make their rounds, if they haven't already, let's pause for a moment and apply some critical thinking. I do not think this acquisition is good for consumers. Here's why.