There's a considerable amount for fans of Bethesda Softworks to be amped up for right now; its new creation Deathloop won Best Art Direction at The Game Awards 2021 alongside a smattering of accolades from different associations and publications, and, on the off chance that a new video transferred to Bethesda's official YouTube channel is to be accepted, there's a huge load of new data about Starfield coming not long from now.
The video, which is at present unlisted, shows a couple of brief snippets from the release date uncover trailer alongside some shots of the Bethesda offices. There's not a ton to gather from the 30-second transfer, as most of the clasp is of Todd Howard wishing fans a glad occasion, at the same time, given what a small number of and far between mentions of Starfield have been in the course of recent months, any sort of news is uplifting news for fans of the impending space-faring title.
"The group has gained such great headway on Starfield this year," Howard remarks. "We can hardly wait to show it to you one year from now." Unfortunately, the venture's down chief didn't give a specifics, yet, given the previously-affirmed release date of November 11, 2022, it's safe to assume that Starfield will be a major piece of the publisher's E3 showing, however it's possible more data on the game will be released before the occasion in June.
It's actually important that Howard begins the video with the line "from us all here at Bethesda Game Studios, we need to thank you for turning out to be essential for Constellation." Apparently some sort of office or aggregate committed to space investigation in the far future, Constellation was indicated several times in the introduction trailer, however the degree of their goals and duties isn't known.
Starfield will not be the main game Bethesda fans will be paying special attention to in 2022; in its most ongoing E3 presentation, Bethesda uncovered that a game based on the Indiana Jones film franchise is in the works, and, with another film slated for a Summer 2022 introduction, data on the game may well be disclosed around that time. Fans are also holding out trust for data in regards to The Elder Scrolls 6, something which hasn't been referenced much since it was first uncovered at E3 2018.
All things considered, Starfield seems to be Bethesda's first concern right now, and those who can't get enough of games like Skyrim and Fallout 4 will doubtlessly be excited to hear more with regards to the publisher's next major RPG soon.