Bethesda boss Todd Howard, who appeared on the live show stage of GameSpot's E3 2019, spoke at a high level about one of the company's ambitious upcoming games, announced at the E3 in 2018: the Science Fiction title Starfield.
Howard explained Bethesda's goal of Starfield – Bethesda's first new intellectual property for 25 years – is to differentiate it from the wealth of science fiction stories in the media.
"There's a lot of science fiction, there's less in games, more in movies and TV," Howard said. "And for us, this is a world and a game we've been thinking about for a decade, it's our first new game in 25 years."
"Our goal is to achieve its uniqueness where it relates to Fallout and Elder Scrolls and Starfield, and it's its own thing, we spend a lot of time with the sound ̵
Starfield and The Elder Scrolls VI did not appear on Bethesda's E3 2019 briefing this week. The publisher unveiled a Fallout 76 Battle Royale mode instead, while Dishonored Studio Arkane announced a new game called Deathloop and revealed The Evil Within Studio Tango Ghosts Ghostwire: Tokyo. You can check out the summary of GameSpot's Bethesda E3 2019 news to hear all the news.
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