Speculation about upcoming Bethesda games will always be rampant, but the news that Microsoft is acquiring Bethesda has certainly dumped extra fuel on the fire. Many folks, myself included, are curious how Microsoft will manage the future of Bethesda's big-name series. Xbox chief financial officer Tim Stuart says that they definitely want Bethesda games to be "either first, better, or best" on their platforms.
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Since Starfield was first announced, Bethesda have been pretty quiet on the details. The upcoming spacefaring RPG was revealed at E3 back in 2018 as their new next-gen singleplayer game. But now, Todd Howard has shared a few more titbits. For starters, Starfield's map will be the largest of any Bethesda RPG yet thanks to procedural generation.
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Brendan: There is no end to the videogame onslaught of E3 2019. We almost perished escaping from the Microsoft conference mere hours ago, and we are already at another one. Joining me at Bethesda’s live show is Matt, who is lookin-- Matt? Matt!? Oh god. I’ve lost him. MATT. Matt: Matt is dead. There is now only Cheer.
2 years ago
Bethesda Game Studios, the folks behind The Elder Scrolls and the new Fallouts, today announced a mysterious new game named Starfield - "our first wholly original franchise in 25 years", according to studio director Todd Howard. He called it a "next-generation singleplayer game" but, beyond that, didn't reveal anything concrete. This is a game that's a fair way out, something we won't even see for…
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I started the day with a micro-webgame which one Mr DMcCool discovered over at the Indie game Blog. "As far as I can tell its a hilarious minimalist critique of Mass Effect," says DMcCool, which sounds so much the sort of thing I'd write, I'm just going to quote it. Tricky moral dilemmas! Memorable characters! Upgradeable characters! Questionable and repetitive gameplay! Shocking twists! It's Starfeld.