The screenshots that are said to have come from the Starfield project, a game on which Bethesda has been working on for several years, have surfaced on the web. The first reports about the project appeared three years ago, but so far only a little teaser has been shown.
The images were published by user Electrical-Ad-8659. It's is a new account, created yesterday specifically for the publication of these materials, making it difficult to verify their authenticity. Youtuber Skullzi, usually very well informed when it comes to Bethesda matters, claims to have obtained a confirmation from an independent source that the screenshots are true. However, he claimed that they are from Starfield version from 2018, so a lot of things may have changed since then.
There are three images and they seem to fit the general feeling of the teaser. One of them shows a detailed spacecraft. The second is a screenshot from the game, and the third gives a closer look at the interface.
Let's recall that Bethesda hasn't revealed yet when we can expect Starfield's release. We know that the game will use a new version of the Creation engine to offer the biggest leap in quality since The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.
At the end it's worth adding that the aforementioned Skullzi also prepared a video together with MrMattyPlays channel, in which they discuss the leaked pictures and wonder what can be inferred from the screenshots.
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Last update: 2020-09-27