Bethesda has several huge projects on the horizon. The tenth anniversary edition of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim has just gone on sale, but beyond this veteran title, the future passes through video games such as Starfield, Indiana Jones, Ghostwire: Tokyo or The Elder Scrolls VI. Todd Howard, one of the company’s top managers, has reviewed Bethesda news and underlined his intention to strengthen your products with better artificial intelligences and renewed NPCs characters. He has done so in an interview with IGN.
“There are a number of elements in which we did not go deep enough,” he acknowledges. “You can say this about everything, but I think that when we think about games” and what it takes “to move forward”, one reflects on the systems depth. “The other part is the way the AI and the NPCs react to you. I think there is a long way to go “when it comes to improving these aspects. “They are probably the main [objetivos]”.
It remains to be seen whether this philosophy will be applied in Starfield or we will still have to wait for future projects. The truth is artificial intelligence it has not been developed at the same time as the audiovisual section of videogames. There is still a long way to go in that particular aspect.
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Starfield is now playable from start to finish
There is still a year left until the launch of Starfield, a date that Todd Howard himself has said is immovable. In addition, he has explained that this science fiction work can already be played until the end. Of course, that does not mean that development is complete. The creative himself admits that there is still “much to do”. According to their words, the ambition is very high and they will not stop “stepping on the accelerator”.
Starfield will be marketed next November 11, 2022 on Xbox Series X, Xbox Series S and PC. As always, it will be available from day 1 on Xbox Game Pass.
Source | IGN, Gaming Bolt