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  1. It was recently rumored that Arkane's co-op vampire game Redfall has been pushed back a few weeks due to unspecified issues. It raises concerns that Starfield will also be affected, as both titles will be launched before the end of the year and Redfall will be first. But when Bethesda now threw up a support page for Starfield, it gives reassuring news: it says in black and white that the launch will take place in the first half of 2023. "Starfield arrives exclusively on Xbox Series X|S and PC in the first half of 2023. If Microsoft keeps all planned releases, then Xbox and PC players have a good six months ahead of them, with Starfield, Redfall (rumored for release in May), Forza Motorsport (premiere this spring), the survival sequel Ark 2, the Civilization-like Ara: History Untold and the strategy game Minecraft Legends. All the games shown at Microsoft's big summer show in June were then said to be released within a year
  2. In May, it was announced that both Starfield and Redfall would miss their planned release dates this year, which is often full of delays. Both have been moved to 2023, but there are no release dates yet. But now it looks like Redfall will be released first followed by Starfield. The task comes from none other than Xbox Game Studios head Matt Booty and he says it in the Friends Per Second podcast, Pcgamesn writes. Bethesda’s latest bid is for both to be released in the first half of 2023, and if that schedule holds, Microsoft worshipers will have two heavy names to look forward to before the summer holiday season.
  3. Yes, there will be a Fallout 5. Bethesda's strongman Todd Howard confirms to IGN that the story of life after the nuclear disaster will continue. But it will take time. First, of course, Bethesda will get Starfield, and then The Elder Scrolls 6. That game is currently in "pre-production", so it will probably take several years before Skyrim sequel is released. And as another cloud of concern (if it's mainly a new Fallout you want from Bethesda) is that they have some other ideas in stock. This is what Howard says: So long wait. As usual from Bethesda. The latest Elder Scrolls game, Skyrim, was released eleven years ago. Fallout 4 came out in 2015 and the much-loved (uh) multiplayer spin-off Fallout 76 landed in 2018.
  4. In an interview with Ausgamers , design manager Mark Tucker says that they have long plans for the game. Tucker states that he is currently working on a "roadmap" for the game, and that it extends as far as five years into the future. He says that these are actually two separate roadmaps - one for three years and one for five - and that things get a little more fuzzy the further into the future you go. That's not to say that the game is guaranteed to be updated with new content for another five years, but it's undeniably a reassuring sign for those who want to continue their adventures in West Virginia. This year's first major update, Invaders from Beyond, has already been released and revolves around alien invaders. Later this year, expeditions to the The Pitt area as well as visits to the Nuka World tour await, in addition to other, smaller events.
  5. Anyone who hates having a lot of different launchers on their computer can rejoice at the news that it will soon be one less, at least if you play Bethesda's products. Through their website, they announce that it's time to say goodbye to Bethesda.net Launcher, but also assure that all games we own are safe. Starting in April, we will be able to migrate our games and any wallets to our Steam accounts. The save files for many games will also be transferred automatically, while others require a manual touch. The Bethesda account itself will still be there and available via the website, and you will continue to have to log in to play certain games. This only applies to PC players, and console players do not have to do anything.
  6. Microsoft has the spending pants on and is not content with having pinched Zenimax and Bethesda. Now they also announce that they intend to buy Activision Blizzard for 68.7 billion dollars. In a post on the Xbox website, they write that the companies will continue to act independently of each other until the deal is completed. Furthermore, they write that they aim to offer as many of Activision Blizzard's games as possible via Game Pass to Xbox and PC, including new and old titles. Activision Blizzard is based in many traditional studios and valuable brands, such as Warcraft, Diablo, Call of Duty and Overwatch, so Game Pass can undoubtedly get a real boost if the deal goes through. In the post, Xbox CEO Phil Spencer also writes that creative success and self-reliance go hand in hand with treating all people with respect, which unfortunately does not seem to have been the motto of Activision Blizzard in recent years. He points out that all teams and leaders are expected to live up to this and that they look forward to spreading Microsoft's corporate culture to the teams at Activision Blizzard. However, everyone's favorite CEO Bobby Kotick is reported to remain in office, at least for the time being.
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