It is no secret that Starfield is a game that many people are looking forward to and hope will be the real thing. Recently, there has been an increase in concern about this issue. In the near future, Microsoft plans to show off its upcoming games at the end of this month, and it has been confirmed that the space epic Starfield will not be included in this presentation.
There have been rumors that we won't hear about Bethesda's game in the first half of 2023, although this in itself is not a cause for concern since it is expected to have its own presentation. A large number of gamers have been disappointed by this and cannot wait until the release date comes around.
MrMattyPlays, a YouTuber, claims that Starfield will be released in the second half of 2023. Sources close to Bethesda have reported this information as true so far, and he is well-versed in the company's plans. Despite this, it is still difficult to believe that this is true and no official word has been given regarding a possible delay.
There are those who are convinced that this is really true and that things will not be changed.
Starfield release: Prediction
Starfield's delayed release makes sense for a variety of reasons. Redfall and Forza Motorsport will be on the Xbox schedule this spring, so competing with them would be counterproductive for Starfield.
Amidst the middle of the year, there are already big releases such as Zelda: Tears of the Kingdom, Suicide Squad, Street Fighter 6, and Diablo 4. Taking this into account, it would make sense to push Starfield back to summer or fall of 2023 from this point of view.
. In spite of this, it can be very difficult to predict exactly what will happen in the near future and whether it will actually happen or not. There will be a lot of patience required on our part as we follow the information regarding Starfield. Let's wait..
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