Predictably, Bethesda’s next two AAA titles are pushed back. The studio will ultimately only release Ghostwire: Tokyo this year 2022.
Bethesda announced the sad news this Thursday. His next two big releases, Redfall and Starfield, are pushed back to first half of 2023. For the cooperative shooter from Arkane Studios, this report was discovered by chance last April but not confirmed until now. The title was to be released this summer 2022 but the parent company announces that the “ambitions of the studio are so high that we want to be sure to be able to offer the best and the most perfect version of the game”.
Same story to explain the reason for the postponement of Starfield, soap opera RPG from Bethesda Game Studios. Provided for November 11, 2022 and teased as an extraordinary title every month, it has so far only unveiled a few images and concepts, which hinted at a longer development than expected.
Blow to Bethesda fans who are still waiting for news from The Elder Scrolls VI and Indiana Jones, two other projects whose dates are just as distant now.