Bethesda’s upcoming sci-fi RPG could mean so much more for Xbox (Game Pass) than we now realize.
If you can do without narrative highlights like The Last of Us, God of War or Uncharted, you have an Xbox – if you like high-end console games. Better said one Xbox Series X. The well-heeled PC gamer buys a PS5 to play FIFA with his kids. And has two (or more) Switch consoles at home because he has more than one child at home. And in the steam deck. Why not. with starfield cap Xbox a truer Game Pass Pearl, which seems to appear shortly before its release. And that could change a lot.
On Xbox Series X – Spring will be 2023. In general, this year represents a kind of interface. Between the old console generation, which after all appeared in 2013 with PS4 and Xbox One, and the current console generation, which is already 2 years old. I missed the real PS5 and Xbox Series X pearls. Xbox probably had interesting titles, all of which scored well, but not nearly as much attention as PlayStation exclusives.
No big Xbox years so far
Forza Horizon 5 was great. Halo Infinite even triggered me to give it a 10/10 rating. Not because of the Master Chief and my love for sci-fi stories, but because of good multiplayer (at least in beta until release) and interesting gunplay and gameplay in singleplayer. But also smaller titles like Psychonauts 2 were great. However, everything was overshadowed by the PlayStation exclusives when you make the direct comparison.
Even an Age of Empires 4 that, in my opinion, brought the classic base-building real-time strategy game back into shape. Well, only on the PC at the moment, but there will also be an Xbox version soon. There will also be “real” real-time strategy on consoles again. And not to forget the flight simulator. While it doesn’t contain the affection of other games of ours, it’s a masterpiece in its own right. Similar to Microsoft. Games like Crackdown 3 or something like that are a thing of the past.
And I’m not an Xbox fanatic. On the contrary, I don’t even have an Xbox Series X/S at home. No Xbox Game Pass. I like it from PC and PS5. I tested games, I tested my heart. And if I feel like it, I can also buy Plants vs. Zombies on the Steam Deck for 1.24 euros. However, I have to say that Xbox games have offered a certain quality over the last few years. For my side, especially on the PC. And of course that makes the Game Pass more interesting for many frequent players.
Starfield Xbox and PC Only: “Don’t Have a Platform Debate”
What I definitely didn’t want to start in this blog post: some kind of “Xbox vs. Playstation vs. Nintendo vs. PC gaming” debate. Fucking draw. Nobody cares.
For all non-RPG fans: Starfield is from Bethesda, makers of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout games. A takeover by Microsoft that costs a paltry 7.5 billion US dollars. Unlike Activision-Blizzard, which you can buy for a quick $70 billion, the amount is small. Well, the Candy Crush deal (as I call it) is also about other areas, like mobile gaming. Call of Duty is NOT a game changer. As I see it, because it WILL continue to be offered for all systems. As for Playstation. In the future, when Microsoft closes, even for Nintendo consoles. As a cloud. About Xbox. Or so.
Why Starfield Could Change Everything!
The Elder Scrolls is in the franchise because it was the best in 1994. Fallout has been based in France since its release in 1997. starfield This is the newest game brand from Bethesda, more than 25 years old! The developer/publisher’s fanbase has of course grown over the years. Some of these have been friendlier who also play the same thing. In addition, you couldn’t buy Skyrim in 15 different versions. The game was originally released on November 11, 2011. And to this day, fans remain loyal to the game. After all, some have spent more time in it than probably with other things in their lives.
Even the Fallout community is so badass that when Bethesda comes out with a new role-playing game, it’s safe to assume that people will dig it. With Fallout 76, pretty much everything that can go wrong goes wrong at launch. There wasn’t even a proper tutorial. Also find the players to help each other. Nice players even created an in-game tutorial for newcomers. So net. Unfortunately, that can at starfield won’t happen because it WILL NOT feature multiplayer functionality. That being said, today there is YouTube (or guide articles) to get you further.
Starfield that “new Skyrim” but only for Xbox?
Which I can probably imagine. A single-player game that offers 1,000 planets and is only being “polished” in the last few months so that it doesn’t become a second Cyberpunk 2077 should be a 10/10 game. Don’t worry, I’m also speaking impartially here: I don’t like role-playing games because they take too long for me. I’m also not an Xbox fanboy because I can play on PC when I prefer. But hey, this game has potential. After all, there is a solid Bethesda fan community in the background and many curious Game Pass owners. Elder Scrolls and Fallout fans who don’t already have an Xbox Series X/S at home and can’t or don’t want to screw together an ultra-high-end gaming PC will be lining up.
God of War Ragnarok has sold over 5 million units in 5 days. On starfield could that too. The hype train for that would probably be fast enough. Bethesda’s first true AAA blockbuster for Xbox. Were there too many? Just to see how broken the game is because it’s probably so mighty big (and by Bethesda).
starfield could be a new era for Xbox (and Xbox Game Pass), otherwise billions of hard-earned Microsoft dollars would have gone to waste.
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