As expected, YouTuber DHavenShadow, who shared 40 minutes of gameplay for upcoming space RPG Starfield last week, didn’t get off scot-free, but not because of the release of his video.
According to portal kotakuOn August 24, the 29-year-old Tennessee named Darin Harris (Darin Harris), hiding under the alias DHavenShadow, was arrested by the Shelby County Sheriff’s Office.
In addition to Starfield gameplay, Harris posted on his social media VideoHow to ship sealed copies of an Xbox Series X and S game (including the Constellation Collector’s Edition) to customers on the Mercari Marketplace.
Harris was charged with stealing $2,500 to $10,000 worth of property and illegal possession of a controlled substance. A search of his home found seven copies of Starfield (one being shipped), three pistols, and marijuana.
portal polygon Citing a police report, he adds that Harris is accused of stealing 67 copies of Starfield from a Vantiva warehouse in Memphis. The prisoner assures that he acquired them legally.
The day after his arrest, on August 25, Harris was released on $10,000 bail and is currently awaiting a court hearing scheduled for September 8 — just days after Starfield’s official release.
Starfield will be available on September 6th on PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox Series X and S, and Game Pass (PC and Xbox), but will be available five days early for Premium buyers. The first reviews of the game will appear on August 31st.