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Viewable below and described by Bethesda, the trailers follow an aspirational delivery pilot in New Atlantis, a stranded orphan looking to escape Akila City, and two street rats struggling to survive in Neon.
SUPRA ET ULTRA
“In the city of New Atlantis, capital of the United Colonies, Kent, a courier pilot, aspires to live in the most desirable part of the settled systems. After joining the UC Vanguard and working his way up to the Capital’s elite, Kent quickly realizes the adventures waiting for him off-planet are what he truly longed for.”
WHERE HOPE IS BUILT
“Vanna—an Akila City orphan of the famous Colony Wars—desperately wants to explore the stars and only one thing stands in her way: a broken ship. Her search for repair parts leads her throughout the city, and into some unexpected danger, as she closes in on her dream.”
THE HAND THAT FEEDS
“Two Neon street rats, Ada and Harper, are partners in crime eking out a living stealing from the wealthy partygoers that come to the ‘pleasure city’ to let loose. When Ada is forced into a moral dilemma, she quickly catches the attention of the all-seeing Ryujin Industries, bringing her an exciting new opportunity. But at what cost?”
Following two publicly announced delays, Starfield is scheduled for release on September 6 for Xbox Series X/S and PC, but that wouldn’t be the case if it was also being developed for PS5, Bethesda recently claimed.
“Focusing on fewer platforms has been a big benefit to that team,” Bethesda publishing boss Pete Hines said in July. Being on more platforms would mean “it’s going to take longer, it’s going to cost more. It’s just a far greater risk in my mind.”
Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty told Giant Bomb in June that if Starfield were released then, it “would already have the fewest bugs of any Bethesda game ever shipped”.