Bethesda has announced that they have delayed the launches of their highly-anticipated titles, Redfall and Starfield, to the first half of 2023. The reasoning for these delays has to do with making them as qualitative as possible, with no specific points addressed. Still, despite these delays, Bethesda has assured prospective fans that deep dives into both titles’ gameplay will be provided in the near future. However, no dates were given for either of these confirmed forthcoming occurnces.
Starfield takes place in the 2300s, following a Colony War between the United Colonies and Freestar Collective. Players will make their own characters who are part of the space explorer organization Constellation and navigate the uneasy peace that has come as a result of the bloody Colony War.
Redfall is a new open-world co-op FPS being developed by Arkane Austin. Taking place in Redfall, Massachusetts, vampires have taken over the island, blocking it out from outsiders and blocking the sun in the process. There are a handful of survivors that are defending this land from this supernatural threat.
Both of the aforementioned games have also been stated to be available to play on release via Xbox Game Pass.
You can view the official Bethesda tweet announcing this collective delay below:
An update on Redfall and Starfield. pic.twitter.com/pqDtx26Uu6
— Bethesda (@bethesda) May 12, 2022
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