We will still have to wait a year to travel through space in Starfield, but the new Bethesda production continues to offer details on what this new intellectual property will bring. The work, in development for new-generation Xbox and PC consoles, continues in the creative process. Beyond the first official teaser, we have finally been able to hear the main theme, a musical piece known as Starfield Suite and composed by Inon Zur.
The composer of Fallout 3, Fallout 4 and Fallout 76 has remembered his long collaboration with Bethesda, although his professional career in video games began a long time ago, with classics such as Baldur’s Gate 2: Throne of Bhaal or Icewind Dale. The piece has been performed by the London Symphony Orchestra during the 10th anniversary concert of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which you can listen to in the video below. If you want to savor the Starfield theme you have it from minute 48:55.
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Starfield will be shown again in summer 2022
In the last few days, Bethesda has been very busy. On the occasion of the skyrim birthday celebrationTodd Howard, one of the most important figures within the company, has spoken about the different projects they have underway. In addition to confirming that Starfield can already be played from start to finish (although there is still a lot of development ahead), the creative has dropped that summer 2022 is the set time to present the video game in style.
Starfield will go on sale next November 11, 2022 for Xbox Series X, Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S, PC, and Xbox Game Pass. Howard does not foresee last minute surprises, so everything seems to indicate that there will be no untimely delays.
Source | Bethesda