The Starfield support page reconfirms it will release in the first half of this year
Starfield, the new and upcoming sci-fi RPG from Skyrim maker Bethesda Softworks, is will initially launch in November 2022but it was delayed to the first half of 2023 last May. Starfield was then a big part of last summer’s Xbox showcase, and during that rollout, Microsoft revealed that every game shown would launch in the first half of 2023.
Now, a new Bethesda support page as the game reconfirmed this “first half of 2023” time period, as spotted by Klobrille on Twitter.
“Starfield will launch exclusively on Xbox Series X/S and PC in the first half of 2023,” the support page reads.
This is not the biggest surprise; Xbox has discussed this release deadline for Starfield twice before this support page, but it seems the company is really determined to get it out in the coming months.
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