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New leaks give us a first look at Bethesda's new Starfield game

Starfield's first screenshots may have been leaked out, showing a familiar third-person view set amidst high-tech space adventure.

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Starfield has been in development for a long time, Todd Howard says, and Bethesda has kept the game mostly under wraps. New supposed leaked screenshots may give us a first glimpse at this mysterious space adventure.

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Starfield is Bethesda's first new IP in 25 years and is one of the "big and crazy projects" the studio teased in 2016. Details are sparse. We know it's a singleplayer-only "space epic" and that Bethesda consulted with SpaceX's Elon Musk while making it. It's also had a long dev cycle.

If these new leaked screenshots are accurate, we have our first glimpse at an older 2018 build of Starfield. There's not a whole lot to see; just a third-person view, a basic stamina/HP bar, and an astronaut on the side of a ship--likely our own personal interstellar cruiser. The HUD is pretty interesting though, and shows oxygen levels, distance/elevation, what appears to be a radar, and phases of the moon. It could be fake but the insignia on the astro's shoulder matches the curious Constellation logo on the bottom left of the Starfield teaser trailer.

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Now that Bethesda is owned by Xbox we may see more leaks spring up here and there. Bethesda themselves said they won't reveal new Starfield content/announcements/footage until they're ready and it could be a long while.

Starfield is being developed on a new games engine specifically for the Xbox Series X/S hardware.

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