It has finally happened. At the E3 2021 presentation from both Xbox and Bethesda, the world has finally laid its eyes on Starfield. While it may not be as comprehensive as we would have wanted, we did at least get something significant. Starfield will be coming exclusively to Xbox Series X|S and PC on 11 November 2022.
The teaser trailer did not show much gameplay at all, instead, it focused more on the premise and potential of what lies ahead. Players will be part of the organisation known as the Constellation, supposedly the last explorers of space.
In this next-generation roleplaying game 25 years in the making, you will get to be who you want to be, go where you want to go, and experience the stories of Bethesda, and more importantly, forge your own path.
Seems like Starfield is following the Bethesda formula to a tee, just in space. This is all exciting news, especially for a highly anticipated game.
The even better news is that if you are an Xbox Game Pass subscriber, the game is yours on day one as well. The unfortunate reality is that PlayStation gamers will have to find another way to enjoy Bethesda’s new IP.
Microsoft is certainly flexing the power of its acquisition and rightly so.