E3 2017 is coming up soon and there is word that video game publisher Bethesda could be making the announcement of their galactic RPG game, Starfield.  It’s understandable why the game is getting much buzz. It’s being published by the same makers behind other top selling games like Skyrim and Fallout 4. Bethesda has a 30+  year history of top performing game titles. What makes Starfield a different feel from other games Bethesda has produced is that, this time, it looks like they will be exploring more into the science fiction genre world. The rumors of Starfield being announced at E3 2017 seemed to have come from a post in 4chan.

Some other interesting information about the game  that has been rumored is that its been in development since 2008, the time Fallout 3 was released,  it will include between five and ten distinct alien races, space travel supported by hub worlds, and maybe even connections to both The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series. Even though these are just rumors and speculations for now, the reasoning such as supporting evidence with Brotherhood of Steel being the creation of nirnroot brings thought that Starfield could be exist between the timelines of both Fallout and The Elder Scrolls.

Until the events of E3 2017 starts next week on June 13, we won’t know for sure if Starfield is actually in the works but if revealed to be true, this will give Bethesda fans much to talk about and will probably be one of the most talked about titles of the event.

What are you thoughts on this possible Starfield game? Let us know in the comments below.

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“Please Stand By” Screenshot from Fallout 4

Source: Screenrant.com

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