Bethesda’s first public demo of Starfield


Microsoft-owned Bethesda Games Studio gave its first public demo of the highly anticipated space-based open-world game Starfield (YouTube) at its Xbox Games event on Sunday. Its gameplay was immediately dubbed by players as the No Man’s Sky version of Skyrim – the fifth installment in the Elder Scrolls series developed by Bethesda. No Man’s Sky, released in 2016 by indie game studio Hello Games, claims to have trillions of planets to explore, but its planets are all procedurally pre-generated, and most are pretty boring. Bethesda game director Todd Howard announced at the press conference that “Starry Sky” will contain more than a thousand explorable planets. Many people speculate that most of the planets are likely to be procedurally generated similar to “No Man’s Sky”, and only a few may be hand-polished. The release of Starfield has been pushed back to 2023 from its original plan of late 2022.

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