Bethesda has pushed back the release of Starfield to September

Bethesda has pushed back the release of Starfield to September and will be holding an in-depth presentation of the game in June

Publisher Bethesda Softworks and developer at Bethesda Game Studios uncovered the exact release date of their space role-playing game Starfield and the presentation about the project announced in January.

    Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Keep in mind that Starfield was originally scheduled for November 11, 2022, but the premiere was pushed back to the first half of 2023 for the purpose of additional polishing. The game was assumed to be waiting for another broadcast.

In fact, as it became known, the creation of Bethesda Game Studios will not be released in the foreseen first half of 2023: Starfield will go on sale on September 6 for PC (Steam, Microsoft Store), Xbox Series X and S along with the Released in Game Pass (PC and Xbox).

In a two-minute video released to celebrate the announcement (attached below), Starfield Director Todd Howard assured Bethesda’s testing team that the team “plays the game all the time”.

Starfield’s promised presentation is called Starfield Direct (similar to Nintendo Direct) and will take place on June 11th. Todd promises to invite viewers into the studio and dive deep into the game.

“We still have so much to show you. The game has many features that are typical of our previous works, but [Starfield] “It’s also a very unique experience.”Howard assures the fans.

Bethesda itself has been waiting for the release of Starfield: “We know you have been wanting to play something new from us for a long time. Oddly enough, so are we – we miss that feeling and can’t wait for you all to play it.”.

About the author

Alan Foster

Alan Foster covers computers and games and all the news in the gaming industry.

Add Comment

Click here to post a comment