Rumors Bethesda wanted to transfer Starfield to avoid repeating Cyberpunk
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Rumors: Bethesda wanted to transfer Starfield to avoid repeating Cyberpunk 2077’s fate

Bloomberg journalist Jason Schreier in my microblog commented on today’s news about the postponement of Bethesda Game Studios’ ambitious space role-playing game Starfield.

    Image source: CD Projekt RED

Image source: CD Projekt RED

From last year’s E3 until recently, Starfield was scheduled to release on November 11th of this year, however, to further improve the release, they decided to delay the release to the first half of 2023.

Ahead of E3 2021, according to Schreier, members of the Starfield team the journalist spoke to expressed concern about the progress made at the time and Bethesda’s obsession with the announced date.

“The term ‘The Next Cyberpunk [2077]”It’s good that Bethesda pushed the postponement even after announcing the exact release date”,- Schreier commented on the American publisher’s decision.

    Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Image Credit: Bethesda Softworks

Remember that Cyberpunk 2077 has in turn been transmitted several times (but still not enough, so screamer), was released in December 2020 and came under fire for sloppy engineering (especially on consoles).

Cyberpunk 2077 bugs in CD Projekt RED are fixed to this day. The last major patch for the game (about 50GB) was released in February and didn’t solve all the problems.

Starfield is being created for PC, Xbox Series X and S. According to the plot, the protagonist will join the research organization “Constellation” and study the far corners of the Assimilated Systems.

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