Bethesda’s Todd Howard gives us another glimpse of Starfield

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Todd Howard, head of Bethesda Game Studios, unveiled some new scenes from Starfield, the highly anticipated sci-fi role-playing game for the Xbox.

Howard showed a scene on the rugged landscape of the planet Crete, where a human astronaut encounters some large crawling creatures – and chooses not to shoot. The astronaut has a cutting tool. The view then flies to the view of the Crete Research Lab, a huge feature on the rocky landscape.

The astronaut has a variety of terrestrial weapons, such as machine guns and shotguns, and he goes to the lab with the flashes of guns firing at other humans in the research lab. The astronaut shoots the enemy, sets them on fire and then explodes in the sky.

While the game has been pushed to 2023, Howard outlined more details, including planetary exploration, ship customization and piloting, outpost building, advanced RPG and character building systems and more.

Starfield is the first new universe in 25 years from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim and Fallout 4. Set between the stars in this next generation role-playing game, create and explore any character you want. With freedom when you embark on an epic journey to answer the greatest mystery of humanity.

The year is 2330. Humanity has ventured out of our solar system, new planets have settled and lived as spacefaring people. From humble beginnings as a space miner, you’ll join the constellations – the last group of space explorers searching for rare artifacts throughout the galaxy – and navigate the vast expanse of settled systems in Bethesda Game Studio’s largest and most ambitious game.

Action in Starfield
Action in Starfield

The demo also featured a view of the urban landscape New Atlantis on Jamison’s planet. It is a very realistic looking futuristic city, where you have a meeting with a group of galaxy leaders. Even their faces look very real to animated humans. Howard showed an elaborate combat scene, and it looks pretty good for a space RPG title.

“It’s hard for us at Bethesda to express how excited we are with you today,” Howard said. “It’s an epic role-playing game, where you can be whatever you want and go wherever you want.”

Bethesda has long been working on Starfield, a huge space role playing adventure. It is an ambitious science fiction project with ultra-realistic graphics. Players will be able to connect to a character building system that Howard said is the most flexible yet.

You can build outposts and hire the characters you meet. You could even build your own spaceship, Howard said. You can select crew members and fully customize the look and layout. It has loads of various modules, shipbuilders and more. And you can fly it.

You can fly your own ship built in Starfield.

like thisBethesda of Microsoft had earlier said it would Delays at Redfall and Starfield In 2023 because it wants to deliver fans the “best, most beautiful” versions of the game. It was one of the many signs that epidemics and working from home have made sports more difficult and difficult to predict when big projects will be completed.

The company announced this today in its Xbox and Bethesda game showcase. It has no specific launch date yet. It’s a huge game, and you can land anywhere on the planet Jamison. Not just in the city, but anywhere in the vast space. And over 1,000 planets are open for you to explore.


Overall, the Xbox showed more than 15 minutes of play.

“We can’t wait for all of you to experience the game,” Howard said. “It’s an incredible journey for us.”

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