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Bethesda had a lot to say at its media briefing before the Electronic Entertainment Expo trade show in Los Angeles today. The company detailed Fallout 76, showed off Rage 2, and it teased … a lot — including Starfield, which is the first new Bethesda Game Studios property in 25 years.
In a brief aside in a lengthy presentation at the end of the Bethesda event, Bethesda Game Studios boss Todd Howard explained that Starfield is a next-gen single-player adventure. He didn’t share many more details beyond that, but he did show a teaser trailer.
“Starfield is a game we have spent years thinking about and working on,” said Howard. “Something we feel uniquely positioned to deliver.”
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And that’s it. Based on the name and the video, it seems clear that this is a science-fiction game set in space. But we’ll probably have to wait until next E3 to find out exactly how it will work.
At least we’ll have Fallout 76 until then.
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