According to Bethesda’s Todd Howard, the development of Starfield is in the final stages, with developers putting the finishing touches on it.
According to the words of Todd Howard , game director and executive producer of Bethesda Game Studios, the work on Starfield is in the final stages , with the developers making the final touches before the game’s launch.
“We’re putting the finishing touches on Starfield,” Howard told GamesRadar, adding that the game represents an “incredible opportunity” for Bethesda.
“Players out there can experience what we’re creating,” he continues, “and get it to more people around the world, and in so many different ways than really we ever have before.”
Howard added that the studio is excited about “being able to do something that really takes advantage of Xbox – on the machines themselves, with Series S and X, as well as knowing that anyone who is going to play the game can play it on PC, or xCloud, or whatever screens they’re on.”
“Our ability to transport people, to put them in new worlds where they can have experiences that – for the moment that you’re in them – they feel real for what they are, and the emotions you have. We’ve seen that with our other franchises like the Elder Scrolls, with Skyrim, and the Fallout Series. We’re working really closely with Xbox now to make that [Starfield] the best experience it can be. Not just on the hardware, but how people access it, and being able to bring a game like this to more people than any of our games – it really is an incredible opportunity “
Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer says Starfield will be seen as a “hallmark” of the acquisition of ZeniMax Media, which was completed in March 2021, bringing teams from Bethesda, Arkane, id Software and MachineGames to Xbox. Game Studios.
“Starfield for me is a unique opportunity. Todd Howard has been a friend for an awful long time, and the fact that Bethesda Game Studios is working on a new IP, which has been a long time [coming]… This will be a hallmark for us – in terms of the acquisition of ZeniMax, getting to work with Todd, and bringing this game to market.” Spencer said.
“I’ve seen a lot of this game, people are going to see more of it, and I love setting the goal of: Let’s get more players for this game than in any other game.”
Initially scheduled for November 11, 2022, last month Bethesda announced that it had decided to postpone Starfield, as well as Redfall, to the first half of 2023 in order to give developers time to refine the two games and reach the level. predetermined qualitative.
Howard’s words seem to corroborate the information leaked on the Microsoft Store just a few hours ago , according to which Starfield will be released on Xbox Series X | S and PC in early 2023.