Diorama.id – Expected to be two games that fill the loneliness of 2022 due to the transition period, Bethesda, which is now under Microsoft, was unable to finish two of their games, Starfield and Redfall this year.
Bethesda finally decided to postpone the so-called Starfield game Skyrim in outer space and Redfall, a game developed by Arkane Austin, the team behind the success of Prey and Dishonored.
This announcement whipped via their official Twitter account that Starfield and Redfall will be postponed until 2023 for PC and Xbox.
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As for the reasons, Bethesda and Arkane Austin admitted that they wanted to ensure that Starfield and Redfall provide the best experience for their game fans.
That’s why Bethesda decided to postpone both games to be enjoyed this year.
Both games are predicted to be present at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12, 2022. Of course it’s not about the release date, but the announcement of what Starfield and Redfall will look like at this time.
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