Expected at the end of the year, Starfield still hasn’t deigned to show us any gameplay footage. So, each image from Bethesda Game Studios’ game is extremely precious… And we have five of them to discover.
Last June, the upcoming action-RPG from the creators of Skyrim and Fallout 4 took advantage of the Microsoft stage to reveal its first real trailer. On that occasion, we could only admire a sequence captured in-game from an alpha version of the title published by Bethesda. And seven months before its launch, Starfield still hasn’t shown us anything concrete…
It was on Reddit that five visuals of the game were posted online. The captures in question are from a version of Starfield designed in 2018 by Bethesda Game Studios. So needless to say, the title has undoubtedly evolved a lot in four years. We can see what looks like a base in space as well as the character controlled by the player.
(Leaked) Five new leaked pictures from the 2018 build of Starfield— Idle Sloth💙💛 (@IdleSloth84) April 2, 2022
Credit to u/iTardavk for the 📸 pic.twitter.com/vi6NflV8OL
In short, it’s hard to draw any hasty conclusions with these visuals that don’t show much at all. Starfield should be presented in-depth this summer (probably during a hypothetical Microsoft conference) before its scheduled launch on November 11th, 2022, on Xbox Series X|S and PC.
Source: Video Games Chronicle