There is only one month left E3 Games Gallery Happen or occur. The list of participants includes Xbox with new acquisition Bethesda, Who confirmed that they plan to hold a major press conference together. During E3 2018, Bethesda showed its first peek at the new space story Starfield, and now rumors are circulating about whether or not the full game will be revealed this year.
A Twitter post claims Starfield has been nearly gone since last year, and that Bethesda has only since worked to refine the details. The rumors have their origins in the reputable companies User Klobrille, Which was leaked several times before the information regarding Xbox which turned out to be correct. However, this rumor has been vehemently refuted by Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreyer, who vehemently claims otherwise.
Instead, Schreyer claims that through the many people with insight into the development process, he discovered that Starfield was not yet complete and had more time before launch than most people would think. He explains that E3’s plan is to share the launch date, not the full game, and asks the public to “keep their expectations in check”. Then he follows up with another post explaining that Bethesda’s launch date is late sometime in 2022.
Bethesda’s information about Starfield has been very sparse, and at the moment there isn’t even a launch year for the game, let alone a date. Although it’s been nearly three years since they first revealed the game was in development, it’s not necessarily too long either for the studio or for a larger game. For example, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim took about 6-7 years to be ready for launch.
By all accounts Starfield exklusivt Xbox Game Pass, But it’s unclear if evolution has accelerated since Bethesda became part of the Xbox family. The launch in late 2022 is more in line with previous studio titles. It remains to be seen who is right on the matter later in June.
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