At this moment, bethesda has a whole host of exciting future releases that fans of the studio and its franchises would be excited about. It’s definitely at the top of that list starfield itself, but those of Arkane Studios redfield follows close by, not to mention the publisher’s numerous other development studios that haven’t fully disclosed their projects yet.
While one would expect Bethesda to pull out its big guns for the annual QuakeCon celebration, the publisher has just announced the official schedule for this year’s celebration quake-themed gaming convention, and it seems rather subdued. Some of the most important titles are missing completely, instead less prominent events are presented.
Bethesda’s plans for 2022 were nothing short of incredible earlier in the year, if only for that starfield should come out. However, the studio’s flagship RPG was later pushed back, as was the vampire-slaying immersive simulation redfall suffered a similar fate. This put Bethesda in a precarious position, although it was still expected that QuakeCon 2022 would feature both titles in some way. starfieldhowever, is completely absent now that the schedule has been shown, and redfall also has no big showcase planned.
An outstanding production for the team behind it dishonored and death loopthe strange FPS from Arkane Studios redfall apparently only gets a 30-minute presentation right at the start of QuakeCon 2022. Rather than discussing those two big future releases, it appears that Bethesda is using this year’s QuakeCon to host showcases for future content for existing games. Fallout 76 and Elder Scrolls Online seem to be the big featurettes this time.
Of course, the community has a lot of burning questions about Bethesda’s starfield at this time. While much is already known about the game, it’s still a virtually unprecedented release in modern times, which was the main focus of Bethesda’s previous efforts Stand out and That Elder Scrolls to advance his core studio’s production plans. In comparison, starfield is brand new, and the fan base would be thrilled to learn more about how its game systems might mesh in practice.
Whatever the case, it seems unlikely that QuakeCon 2022 will deliver industry-shattering revelations about either starfield or redfall. Still, fans of Bethesda can look forward to a range of content related to previous releases, such as: Ghostwire Tokyoand it goes without saying that it is far too early for that failure 5 to still have a meaningful time in the spotlight.
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