Starfield Is Now Fully Playable; Release Date Has Not Been Decided Yet

Fully Playable From Start To End

Starfield is an upcoming action role-playing game developed by Bethesda Game studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. The game was formally announced at the Bethesda E3 conference, but the release date is yet to be announced, though Microsoft is officially targeting the launch in the first half of 2023.

Some sources that turned out to be accurate in the past have told Jez Corden that the game is now fully playable from start to end, but a release date has yet to be decided by the developers.

Previously, foreign websites CDKey listed Starfield with a release date of 23rd March 2023, so we can assume that game will arrive close to that date. 

Starfield is one of the most ambitious projects of Bethesda. Millions of Bethesda fans are excited about this masterpiece project from the studios. Playtesters are also impressed by the scope of the game.

In Starfield, you will be allowed to become a space pirate, and you will be able to explore 1000 different planets. However, it is revealed that Starfield won’t let you travel from world to planet from spaceships.

Colt Eastwood also claimed that Starfield exceeds all expectations and is the next revolutionary game from Bethesda. Colt says that he has heard from multiple reliable sources:

Starfield is bigger and more ambitious than they were expecting.

It is bigger than anything they [Bethesda] did in Skyrim.

It takes everything they [Bethesda] have done in Skyrim and Fallout and raises it.

Besides, it is not holding back in utilizing the next-Gen hardware either. To make the experience more immersive and realistic, it will support Nvidia’s RTX technology.

It will be interesting to see how the final game turns out to be, fans are hyped for Starfield, and we hope that Bethesda fulfills their expectations with this game. 

What are your thoughts about Starfield? Are you excited to experience the game yourself? Let us know in the comment section below.

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