While we gamers are always eager to receive new IPs from our favorite studios, the truth is, it’s a bit “painful” when an announcement comes in long before the title even airs on the move. This is the case of Starfield, the new Bethesda title whose name and spatial framework are hardly known.
This aura of mystery that surrounds the title continually brings up information from all kinds of different unofficial sources. The last one we did know is that the title appears to be Xbox and PC exclusive, and should theoretically arrive at the end of this year. However, according to Jeff Grubb (a source we usually cite a lot in Xbox Generation), it seems that ultimately Starfield will not arrive until 2022
Starfield would arrive before the end of this exercise
In a tweet and a series of replies, we can see how Grubb himself confirms his “delay,” and I’m saying that in quotes because we really couldn’t see an official date that would indicate the game would arrive this year. As Grubb comments, Starfield would arrive in early 2022, and still before the end of that fiscal year, which ends on March 31, 2022.
I still don’t think that’s the reasoning. Game Pass cannot really compete with itself. Everything is additive. But still, that’s how it’s going to work here.
– Jeff Grubb (@JeffGrubb) May 17, 2021
Of course, what’s virtually certain is that Starfield will make an appearance at the upcoming E3, where there’s a good chance we’ll have at least one official launch period. From Generación Xbox we will give you full coverage of the event, so I recommend that you pay attention to our social networks.