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Starfield reveal: Coming November 11, 2022, exclusively to PC, Xbox Series X/S [UPDATED]

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Sam Machkovech
Jun 13
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Half an hour before Sunday's Xbox and Bethesda game-reveal event, one major announcement found its way out of the bag: the cinematic reveal for the upcoming space-exploration adventure game Starfield."Cinematic" should be in scare quotes, because Bethesda Game Studios has advertised that this trailer, as released by The Washington Post ahead of schedule, runs on the studio's brand-new Creation Engine 2 and is "in-game alpha footage." Content rendered inside a game engine isn't necessarily the same as live gameplay. This appeared alongside a new Washington Post report in which Todd Howard calls the upcoming game a "Han Solo simulator," in terms of letting players explore a galaxy and take on jobs as they see fit as a member of humanity's "last group of space explorers." Among other things, the interview clarifies the trailer's hint to a character named Vasco, which will appear in the final game as a C3PO-like droid assistant, and the studio's confidence that the game will meet its announced November 2022 release date: "Otherwise, we wouldn’t be announcing it," Howard says.]Listing image by Xbox Game StudiosYou must login or create an account to comment.Join the Ars Orbital Transmission mailing list to get weekly updates delivered to your inbox.

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