Bethesda Game Studios released three new animated stories for Starfield, focusing on the three major cities in the Settled Systems.
The first short film, "Supra Er Ultra," is set on New Atlantis, which Bethesda previously confirmed is the biggest city the studio has ever made. The video focuses on a courier pilot, Kent, who "aspires to live in the most desirable part of the settled systems".
The second animated short, "Where Hope is Built," is set in Akila City and tells the story of an orphan girl searching for repair parts to fix a broken ship and live out her dream of exploring the stars.
The third film, "The Hand That Feeds," is set in Neon and focuses on two street rats who steal from wealthy tourists and catch the attention of Ryujin Industries, a major corporation headquartered in Neon and one of the main factions you can join in Starfield.
With less than two months to go, official news on Starfield from Bethesda has been seldom since the dedicated showcase held in June, when we learned players can visit over 1,000 planets and the Xbox Series X/S versions are locked at 30FPS. Following the showcase, Xbox Games Studios Head Matt Booty claimed Starfield has fewer bugs than any other game made by Bethesda Game Studios.
However, some news has also surfaced from fans eager to play Starfield, such as one individual pointing out how pickpocketing in Starfield will be more intense if you decide to strip an NPC of their belongings, and another fan who thinks they worked out the entire skill tree.
Starfield comes out on September 6 on PC and Xbox Series X/S.
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