Starfield’s Mythology and Enemies Teased in Latest Trailer

Starfield is Bethesda's next big franchise, aiming to reach Elder Scrolls and Fallout's level. After releasing previews of three locations, the sci-fi tale's ambitions were recently highlighted through its expected inclusion of 150,000 lines of dialogue, almost triple the script for Skyrim.

In a new trailer, the game's deep-rooted mythology has been revealed. Bethesda Game Studios' Design Director, Emil PagliaruloIn, also previewed artwork from several explorable locations, alongside a few deadly foes.

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Starfield's Mythology And Enemies Teased In Latest Trailer

This trailer brings up The Settled System's history, detailing more about the galaxy's two main fractions: United Colonies and Freestar Collective.

20 years before game, the two largest factions in settled systems, the United Colonies and Freestar Collective engaged in bloody Colony War. Today, the major factions enjoy an uneasy peace, but the Settled Systems is still pretty dangerous.

In the year 2330, an organisation called The Constellation is in charge of uncovering mysteries of The Settled System, the widespread galaxy players can explore. Players take control of the newest member of this establishment, as they jump between worlds.

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During this campaign, you'll also confront various foes, including the Ecliptic mercenaries, pirates of Crimson Fleet, Violent Spacers, and fanatical religious zealots of House Va’ruun.

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While the game is still a way off its November 2022 launch, Microsoft previously confirmed Starfield will arrive exclusively on Xbox Series X|S and PC platforms, as a result of Microsoft's ZeniMax Media acquisition. We'll keep you informed as we learn more.