After the Redfall launch disappointing launch, fans are worried about the fate of Starfield
Redfall, the long -awaited cooperative shooter from Arkane Austin, only recently went out, but, unfortunately, this is far from the exciting experience of vampire hunting, which could hope for. Even the amazing vampires and the design of the world could not atone for the repeating gameplay Redfall, which is becoming more and more monotonous, the longer you play. And since Redfall was clearly not very successful, now all the attention is now focused on Starfield.
The user notes that although Microsoft undoubtedly wants Starfield’s success, this "not some decisive or turning point", Since the trim of the company is its very popular subscription service.
Despite the fact that this is perhaps not the best option, many believe that Starfield should be successful for the reputation of Microsoft. Another user comments:
Xbox needs to somehow correct the reputation that they now have developed due to the fact that they produce mainly bad games with errors and lack of content. It becomes pretty miserable.
In addition, as many others note, Microsoft may encounter a fall in the number of Game Pass subscribers if Starfield is unsuccessful.
There are many who believe that Starfield will suffer from the same problems as Redfall, but it is worth remembering that Starfield and Redfall are two completely different games created by different developers, and only their publisher Bethesda SoftWorks (belonging to Microsoft) binds them together, and the quality of one does not necessarily affect the quality of the other.
On Sabredite Starfield, one user claims that Redfall experience Arkane "did not meet the needs of what makes the network game great", But when it comes to Starfield, Bethesda Game Studios is located in a much more familiar territory. He’s writing: "Creating single -user role -playing games with the open world, which in their active history have won many awards and recognition". No less optimistic that Starfield will not tolerate the crash, another user responds: "If anything I can count on in case of failure, it is on a network game. I’m not worried about Starfield".
Still to wait a bit to find out if Starfield will be "Skyrim in space", promised Bethesda Game Studios Todd Howard, since the game output previously planned for the first half of 2023 was postponed until September 6th. Nevertheless, we will have an idea of what to expect this summer, since on June 11 the studio will hold a showcase dedicated to an ambitious cosmic role -playing game.