Friday, November 25

Bethesda Shares New Starfield Dev Diary With Todd Howard

StarfieldThe open world and space exploration title that promises to be one of Bethesda Softworks’ most ambitious, is shown in a new development diary accompanied by Todd Howard himself as well as other important creatives linked to the project such as Matt Carafano, art director, or Angela Browder, studio director. The three personalities share their point of view about their vision about the experiences that video games can bring to players and their wishes regarding Starfield, which should arrive in November 2022 exclusively for Xbox Series X and PC if it does not suffer any unexpected delays.

Todd Howard introduces the short documentary piece, which has been dubbed Towards the starfield: the infinite quest, highlighting that video games are a unique form of entertainment and that they provide players with unique sensations. Angela Browder, for her part, highlights the importance of maintain the distinctive essence of Bethesda games while new generations of developers bring new points of view to evolve the formula and take it further. Carafano highlights that from Bethesda they try to offer universes full of possibilities to the players so that they take them and make them their own; they want each player to live different experiences from the rest.

A vast world to explore with a realistic approach

The team further comments that Starfield It could be defined as “the greatest of explorations” compared to the rest of the company’s games. Although Howard has insisted in the past that Starfield would become a Skyrim in space, Carafano points out that this will have a touch much more scientific and realistic as opposed to pica of the game of The Elder Scrolls. The development diary is accompanied by some very interesting concept arts that give us a deeper look at what the setting of the game will look like. The three creatives conclude that the wealth of the world of Starfield and that it feels alive are aspects that they take into account during development.

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