Bethesda Game Studios appear to have recommitted to a “first half of 2023” launch window for his or her long-awaited sci-fi RPG Starfield. Per VGC, this information comes from a Bethesda support site that went dwell earlier this month. There are three different questions/solutions concerning the game on the positioning, however no new information – which is not bizarre contemplating, y’know, the game’s not really out but – apart from the message “Starfield arrives completely on Xbox Series X|S and PC within the first half of 2023.”
We kind of knew this was the case anyway since Xbox & Bethesda’s 2022 game showcase final summer time featured games coming within the subsequent 12 months. Starfield was part of that present, so it’s no shock to see extra messaging round its launch. This ought to go away followers elated anyway, contemplating Starfield has been a long-time coming, and we’ve not heard a lot about its launch since that showcase.
The final time we heard something about Starfield was in Bethesda’s Constellation Questions sequence, the place Starfield’s lead quest designer delved into why the game’s faction quests have been extra like Skyrim’s quite than Fallout’s. Meanwhile, a 3-hour lengthy Todd Howard interview gave us an perception into the “advanced relationships” within the game.
Starfield was first introduced all the way in which again in 2018 earlier than touchdown on a launch date of November 2022. Starfield then noticed an indefinite delay, alongside Arkane’s vampire-huntin’ motion game Redfall which can also be due later this 12 months.
Other games on Microsoft’s 2023 roster embrace Minecraft Legends, a third-person technique spin-off of the enduring block builder, and a reboot (or possibly simply reboot in identify) of the corporate’s marque racer, Forza Motorsport. All 4 titles are set for a 2023 launch on PC, Xbox consoles, and Game Pass.