Todd Howard, Executive Producer at Bethesda Game Studios, confirmed during the Xbox conference at the Tokyo Game Show that Starfield will feature more than 150,000 lines of dialogue performed in various languages, including Japanese, with a cast of more than 300 actors.
The manager has celebrated this figure by placing Starfield, his new space opera with elements of role and action, ahead of his previous works. From The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, which had more than 60,000 lines of dialogue; or from Fallout 4, which added more than 110,000 lines of dialogue. This time, Bethesda Game Studios wants to go a step further and make this new production the most ambitious to date both in terms of the scale of the video game and the number of characters that will be included.
In case there was any doubt, the official Xbox blog confirms that Starfield “will be the largest translation project in Bethesda history”. With the aim of getting closer and closer to the Japanese public, the Japanese translation has been one of the great surprises of the conference.
The first new Bethesda universe in 25 years will arrive on November 11, 2022
Starfield it will only come to Xbox Series X|S y PC the next November 11, 2022; It will not be a temporary exclusive, but permanent. The game will be built with the new Creation Engine 2 and will take full advantage of next-generation technology; That is why it will not come out in the Xbox One generation, although everything indicates that it can be enjoyed on these consoles thanks to the game in the cloud.
The trailer that we saw in the past E3 2021 was not made with cinematographic tools, but is completely ingame. We may see new footage at Microsoft’s next big events. One of those new dates is The Game Awards on December 9. Will they choose this framework to show us new Starfield gameplay?
Source | Xbox Wire