Outcry from Skyrim fans as Bethesda’s new game Starfield delayed yet again
There's fresh disappointment on the way for fans of 'Skyrim' and 'Fallout 4'—as Bethesda's massive new game Starfield has been delayed yet again.
The spacefaring 'open world' RPG was originally set for release in November last year, but now won't be out until September 6th.
Bethesda dropped a new video teasing the updated release date while game director Todd Howard promised an online 'direct event' on June 11th.
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This will apparently be the 'deepest dive yet' into the much-hyped game, which has been described as 'Skyrim in space'.
Todd Howard said: "This June, we're going to bring you into the studio and give you a deep dive in the game at our Starfield direct.
"There's so much that we still have to show you."
The Starfield Direct will follow Microsoft's annual Xbox showcase on Sunday, June 11th.
The much-anticipated title originally had its release postponed to Spring 2023, so this additional delay will prove even more annoying to gamers who want to get their hands on some intergalactic RPG action.
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Details about the game itself are still thin on the ground, but what we know so far is that it is set following the events of the 'Colony War'; a conflict that took place 20 years prior to the game's events between the Freestar Collective and the United Colonies who now maintain an 'uneasy peace'.
Starfield is also controversial for being one of the first Microsoft exclusives made by Bethesda.
It won't be available on Playstation or Nintendo, and will instead only work on the Xbox Series X | S or on high-end gaming PCs.
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