According to a well-known insider, the much-talked-about game called Starfield will not arrive on PlayStation 5, thus remaining exclusive to the Xbox console of Microsoft.
Over the past few months, after the acquisition of Bethesda by Microsoft, many have begun to wonder if the new games of the company would also arrive on the PlayStation 5, works including the most anticipated title of Starfield.
The Bethesda sci-fi title Starfield has been spotted several times over the past few years, including with teaser trailers and some sporadic images appearing on social media, but for now, the entire project continues to be immersed in mystery, to the point that at present it is not even known what genre the game belongs to?
In the meantime, however, the well-known YouTuber Rand al Thor has made it known that Starfield will not arrive on the PlayStation 5, with a 100% guarantee. The youtuber would have in fact talked to some sources – which he considered extremely reliable – who would have confirmed the exclusivity of the title, in particular by stating that the game should have been released last year, but ended up being delayed due to the pandemic, which would have made it postpone to autumn 2021.
In particular, the insider stated the following:
“I heard that Starfield was supposed to come out last year, but it was postponed due to COVID, like many other projects. Then it happened that Microsoft bought Bethesda, and as I argued from the very beginning, with the exception of the current agreements, everything the company’s upcoming games will be Xbox exclusives.”
“Very reliable sources have confirmed to me that Starfield will be 100% Xbox exclusive,” added Rand al Thor 19. “I’ve even made bets about it, and I don’t bet unless I know I’m willing to bet. So I’m really, really confident that Starfield is only releasing on Xbox when it does, and I’ve been told as well that Microsoft is trying their hardest to get the game out for this holiday. They really want Starfield out this holiday.”
“The game’s basically sort of finished – it’s in a bug-squashing mode right now, very much like Halo Infinite, and it would be a big boon for Game Pass and Xbox if both Halo and Starfield could launch this fall,” Rand added.
In short, according to Rand at Thor there is no doubt: Starfield will not arrive on PlayStation 5. That said, the fact remains that for now, we have no certainty about it, so we advise all our readers to take these statements with due precautions.