At last year Xbox game showcase, Bethesda showed a 15 minute gameplay trailer of his first new IP in 25 years, Star field. Now, during this year’s showcase, Bethesda delves deep into Starfield and releases 45 minutes of gameplay.
Bethesda revealed more information about Starfield, including details about in-game cities, skill trees, upgrades, and space combat. The 45-minute deep dive provides an in-depth look at the space exploration RPG ahead of its September release.
The story focuses on the Constellation, a group of space explorers. You will encounter them in New Atlantis, Bethesda’s largest city ever built. This city is big, with art, bustle and missions. It is populated with non-playable characters (NPCs) with their own lives and captivating dialogues for you to listen to.
Bethesda has created over 1,000 planets that balance reality and fun for players to explore. Gravity on each planet varies, which can affect gameplay, such as gunfights. In addition, players must navigate asteroid fields and even explore abandoned ships during their journey through space.
Bethesda has created over 1,000 planets, and the gravity on each planet varies, which can affect gameplay. In space, players must navigate asteroid fields and even explore abandoned ships.
In the game you need a ship for navigation, which is customizable. You can bring your companions and hire more crew members. The ship has a power system that you can balance and can be used for combat and looting enemy ships.
You can customize your character in Starfield with facial changes, makeup, blemishes, scars and teeth settings. Level up and use skill points to unlock skills in five skill trees with four ranks each.
In the game, players can enhance their character with treats such as damage boosts or the ability to avoid combat by sharing religious beliefs with enemies. Outposts can be established on planets to gather resources for crafting and customizing weapons with suppressors or explosive cartridges.
Starfield theme Xbox controller and headset arrive ahead of the game’s release later this year
Microsoft has officially released the Starfield Xbox controller and headphones. The controller costs $79.99 and features a design inspired by elements from Starfield, with accents of gray and gold to match the branding and textured grips. The Starfield themed headset costs $124.99. The controller and headset have a similar design. The collector’s edition includes a Starfield watch that functions as a compass and displays notifications.
Starfiled will be released exclusively for Xbox Series X/S and PC on September 6.
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