Starfield will be exclusive to Xbox and PC, no PS5 version
Much more Starfield news is beginning to come out as the highly expected Bethesda title is said to be exclusive to Xbox and PC.
“Starfield is exclusive to Xbox and PC,” said Venture Beat reporter Jeff Grubb. “Period. This is me confirming that.” Previously, no consoles were declared, albeit a few fans were all the while holding out trust that it would come to PlayStation consoles.
This isn’t stunning information as Microsoft bought Bethesda, however it is a significant statement. Fallout and The Elder Scrolls have been highly popular on PlayStation consoles, so this implies Microsoft has a potential system dealer in Starfield. Microsoft hasn’t been releasing next-gen exclusives up until this point, so anticipate that the game should take action accordingly and work on a wide scope of Xbox systems from the Xbox One on the low finish to the Xbox Series X on the high end.
Recently, pictures from a 2018 form leaked from the game. Obviously, numerous upgrades have been made from that point forward and we’ll will see them soon. The game was indicated for quite a long time by Bethesda and is supposed to be the science fiction equivalent to Skyrim. It was formally uncovered back in 2018 however hasn’t been seen much from that point forward.
Current tales show that Bethesda will uncover the game at E3 2021. There is even word that it could deliver this fall, albeit that has been debated between reports. In any case, Microsoft is taking a colossal action with Starfield and will utilize it as a marquee Xbox title going ahead. Hope to hear all the more soon and likely at Micorosft’s June press conference.