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Starfield, Bethesda's Next Big RPG, Delayed To 2023

Starfield, the next big RPG from Elder Scrolls and Fallout developers Bethesda, has been delayed from a 2022 release into 2023, the company just announced.

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Originally pencilled in for a November 2022 release on PC and Xbox consoles, it will now be out in the “first half of 2023". It has been joined by Redfall, the vampire shooter from Arkane Austin, which was supposed to be out sometime in the Summer on the same platforms.

Bethesda issued a short statement on both delays, saying:

The last we saw of Starfield was a whole eight seconds of it back in March, when Ethan said:

Turns out yeah, there was a very good reason we’d barely seen anything from the game. We still don’t know too much about it, outside of what was revealed a couple of months back, which if you missed it included:

Oblivion’s mini-game for persuading NPCs is coming back in some formFour factions you can deal with: United Colonies, Freestar Collective, Ryujin Industries, and Crimson FleetSiding with the United Colonies space cops won’t stop you from also helping the Crimson Fleet piratesDeeper character trait and background customizationMore realistic looking NPCs

Update: 5/12/22, 1:45 p.m. ET: Microsoft Gaming CEO Phil Spencer weighed in specifically on the delay saying he supports giving teams more time but understands fans’ frustrations:

Currently, there’s no other Xbox first-party exclusives on the books for 2022.

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