While everyone is waiting impatiently for Starfield, Bethesda released a stunning trailer for their new sci-fi RPG last night. It looks so magnificent that if someone watches the trailer without knowing it is Starfield’s, they could easily mistake it for a high-budget sci-fi movie trailer.
The trailer features an orchestral cover of Elton John’s Rocket Man, displaying a cinematic look at Starfield’s galactic scenery with mighty spaceships, stunning landscapes, and the adventure that awaits players in different star systems. Bethesda is known for developing games for series like The Elder Scrolls and, recently Fallout, which are known for their well-made universes. But this time, Bethesda will create a new universe in a long time, which sets the expectations high. This is one of the biggest reasons many people are curious about the release of Starfield.
Early access to Starfield will be released on September 1 and then released more widely to PC and Xbox Series X/S on September 6.
AMD and Bethesda announced partnering up for Starfield, which enabled Starfield to support the latest technologies and more optimization with AMD graphics. Gamers will also benefit from the most advanced technologies; more details on our article: AMD and Bethesda to partner on Starfield
Last week, Bethesda launched the preloading process of Starfield for Xbox X and S via the Windows Store. Preload’s early launch may seem odd, but it is expected since Starfield is sized a whopping 140 GB, and there are players with low bandwidths. Steam users will have to wait until the end of the month.