It’s possible that Microsoft and Bethesda will unveil a webcast of their new speculative fiction first-person shooter role-playing game Starfield on their Developer Direct channel. While not yet verified by official channels, these reports have originated from influential members of the gaming press who have contacts within the sector.
While Bethesda registered the term Starfield in 2013 and had already been developing on the core idea for some time prior to that, the game was only publicly unveiled during E3 2018. The gamer assumes the character of an Interstellar space adventurer in the year 2330.
Starfield is a first- or third-person shooter characterized by creator Todd Howard as “Rpg in space,” and it incorporates both ground and space-based action. Gamers may also build colonies, travel over a thousand planets, and modify their spacecraft to their liking. Bethesda has not announced a precise delivery date for Starfield, but the game is expected to arrive during the second quarter of 2023.
Yet, if many credible anonymous sources are to be followed, further Starfield bombshell might be on the horizon. The discussion was initiated on Friday afternoon by Andy Robinson, who tweeted:
“I hear the announcement for the Starfield showcase is imminent.
Microsoft and Bethesda may have a surprise coming soon, but Andy Robinson didn’t reveal any details. Yet after couple hours into their most recent podcast edition, Rand and Corden did say a little more. When Rand found out about the impending Starfield presentation, which he expects Microsoft and Bethesda to disclose the week after next, he and the two developers reportedly had a personal meeting about it yesterday. Apparently, Cordon heard the same thing and had to keep it secret until he could verify it with his contacts.
And according to Rand, he has been hearing whispers of a March or April 2023 Starfield demonstration from Bethesda prior to the Game Awards. Cordon added that he himself, Rand, and Robinson presumably do not rely on the same set of sources, which means that many individuals are repeating the same information. These reports have gained a lot of credence since they have been repeated by various sources, ostensibly at the same time over a lengthy period of time.
Even yet, Rand and Cordon were cautious not to confirm the reports as true, opting instead to play it safe. Given Rand’s allegation that Starfield-related news has been unexpected and the apparent flexibility of Bethesda’s intentions, this is probably a good idea. On the other hand, Rand claims that there will be a lot of buzz regarding Starfield Direct in the near future. He thinks that Microsoft and Bethesda will hold it in the following month, with the title coming out in June.