starfield It finally showed itself with the first presentation at the last E3, but apart from this video and some technical concepts, we haven’t seen much of the actual game, so we’re trying to steal information from Leaking whose reliability is confirmed, such as these New photos leaked Online and some leakers deemed it authentic.
In this case too, it’s a matter Origin Thus, they aren’t screenshots or final game items, but they can still tell us something about the style and level of detail that Bethesda strives for in this new and much-anticipated space RPG.
See in particular some space suits, which confirms the style also seen in many of the previous images, even if it also shows a great potential for differentiation in these elements, which are likely to be modifiable and customizable by players.
Todd Howard and Bethesda talked about Graphic style and technology Starfield as a sort of “NASApunk,” this is a style that starts from real-world elements, such as technologies already used by NASA, and builds upon them fictional elements, in an effort to predict possible future developments in space technology.
These lawsuits also confirm this particular vision of Science Fiction, because these things are certainly imaginary things but still potentially relevant to reality. In an attempt to explain, we can think that some of the suits on display have jetpacks attached to the back, which will open the way to expanded possibilities of movement, while the style of some may indicate the presence of possible factions such as space pirates or bounty hunters or something like that, but it just guessing.
Among the images also appears what looks like a blueprint, or project for an “Explorer’s Mast Helmet”, which could be an item to be occupied or built through manufacturing. For the rest, we recently learned that Starfield has more dialogue than Skyrim and Fallout 4, while previously we saw three videos about Akila, Neon and New Atlantis scenarios. Remember that the game is expected on November 22, 2022 on Xbox Series X | S and PC.
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