Starfield’s support page confirms the release in the first half of this year
Starfield, the new and upcoming sci-fi RPG from Skyrim makers Bethesda Softworks, was originally scheduled for release in November 2022 but was pushed back to the first half of 2023 last May. Starfield was then a big part of an Xbox showcase last summer, and during that showcase Microsoft announced that every game shown would be released in the first half of 2023.
Now a new Bethesda support page for the game has reconfirmed this “first half of 2023” window as discovered by Toilet seat on Twitter.
“Starfield will be released exclusively for Xbox Series X/S and PC in the first half of 2023,” the support page reads.
That’s not the biggest surprise; Xbox twice discussed this Starfield release window prior to this support page, but it seems the company is really intent on getting it out in the coming months.
While you wait for an official release date, read why Bethesda’s Starfield Delay is key to the success of the new generation, then check out this story on how your Starfield character won’t have a voice. Read how Starfield’s ambitious size might be a concern afterward, then read how first-party Xbox Series X/S games will be $70 starting this year.
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https://www.gameinformer.com/2023/01/03/starfield-support-page-reconfirms-it-will-release-in-the-first-half-of-this-year Starfield’s support page confirms the release in the first half of this year