Here’s The Official Gameplay of Starfield by Bethesda!

Starfield is a highly anticipated game that marks Bethesda Game Studios’ first single-player RPG in more than seven years. On June 12, it was the last game featured at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase. We got a close-up look at the game’s combat, ship development, and surroundings. It’s obviously building up to be a massive game, as seen by the massive chunk it was handed during the expo.

Microsoft concluded its briefing with the first-ever Starfield gameplay. Todd Howard of Bethesda exposed fans to a story set in the year 2330 on the planet Kreet. The gameplay clip showed the player entering a space station and defeating adversaries with a machine gun, then a powerful shotgun. The video also demonstrated a lock-picking gaming element and some third-person shooting scenes. The video also revealed New Atlantis, the game’s capital city, which seems to be a large, busy metropolis where players would take quests and learn more about the universe.

Starfield, Bethesda’s ambitious open-world RPG set in the wide expanses of space, finally received its first official glimpse. It retains much of the studio’s RPG DNA, such as first-person discussions with other characters. And, unlike its last single-player RPG, Bethesda has revealed that the protagonist in Starfield will once again be quiet. You can watch the official gameplay below:

On its official Twitter account, Bethesda announced that you’ll be a mute protagonist. This is significant since Fallout 4, Bethesda’s latest single-player RPG, broke new ground by allowing you to play as a spoken character. Fallout 76, although being a big multiplayer RPG, reverted to the quiet norm.

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The movie also showed off Starfield’s character creation system, which Howard described as Bethesda’s most comprehensive ever. Players may also choose optional qualities, which have benefits and cons. Starfield will also let gamers design and fly their own space vehicles.

In addition to describing the scale of Starfield, Howard verified that it has over 1,000 planets, each of which is accessible and ready for players to explore. Starfield was supposed to be released this November, but it has been pushed back to 2023 with Redfall as Bethesda works to refine it. The Elder Scrolls VI will be Bethesda Game Studios’ next game when it is released.