Bethesda held the Skyrim 10th Anniversary Concert today, but it is also looking forward to the next big RPG: Starfield. At the end of the broadcast, Todd Howard introduced the composer Inonzul, who provided scores for Fallout 76, Pioneers, Dragon Dogma, and Dragon Age II. Next is the “Star Suite” performance by the London Symphony Orchestra.
It’s definitely worth a look — you can watch it at 51:39 above — but what is arguably more exciting is the appearance of more than a dozen new Starfield concept artworks. I collected them below, but since they are slightly animated, they may also be worth watching the video.
These images will surely arouse the desire of anyone who likes sci-fi paperback cover art. They show how diverse the location of Starfield will be: we see sandy wasteland, neon city streets, dense and dark forests, Panorama of the city of the future…a lot.
this Starry Sky Release Date It’s November 11th.This will be Bethesda Game Studios’ first large-scale single-player RPG since Fallout 4, and they’re doing their best: it’s obviously already Twice as many conversations As Skyrim, and will become “Hardcore“Before the studio released.