Starfield is just around the corner! The hype from gamers and Xbox staff is sky-high. But, after many gamers doubted whether the game would be finished, today Bethesda updated us on this information.
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Bethesda announced that the game has finally gone gold. Thanks to this, they have also confirmed that Starfield will be available for preload on Xbox Series X and S as well as PC starting tomorrow. But Steam players will have to wait a bit longer (see below).
One of the most important releases of the year
Bethesda’s long-awaited space role-playing game is hoping to be the star of 2023. After the incredible fiasco of RedFall, Bethesda has said that Starfield will be the company’s most polished game yet.
At least part of the reason for that is exclusivity. Bethesda claims that the game benefits from Xbox exclusivity, although that may have just been a ploy to win over regulators for Microsoft’s bid to buy Activision Blizzard. Regardless, the campaign is expected to feature more than 30 hours of gameplay and feature AMD FidelityFX Super Resolution (FSR) 2.0 on PC.
The hype train is in overdrive
The anticipation of gamers for how Starfield will turn out is very high, most of all thanks to all the updates through YouTube that Bethesda’s development team has given us. In fact, many players, after seeing all the updates, have labeled Starfield as the possible Game of the Year. The hype has been building even as the game was delayed until September.
Bethesda knows it, and they have worked together with the developers to offer a very solid version at launch. After many months, today they confirmed through Twitter (or X if you’re Elon Musk) that not only is the game entering the gold phase but also the days when the game will be available for preload.
We’ll soon see if the game delivers on its grand promises.
Starfield preloads begin tomorrow
The gold phase means that the game is in a stable version and ready for launch. In other words, it is suitable to be released. That’s why Xbox and PC players will be able to start preloading the game starting tomorrow through the Xbox Store.
However, those who bought the game on Steam will have to wait until August 30 to do so!