“Starfield” is easily one of the most anticipated video games on the planet and fans are eager to delve into its incredibly detailed realms of remote planets, exotic moons, alien civilizations, swirling galactic landscapes and massive starships in deep space.
To keep avid sci-fi gamers informed as final preparations are made for its November 11, 2022 release, the folks at Bethesda Softworks have released an “Into the Starfield” video series sharing the art process that has gone into carried out in this ambitious role-playing project.
From concept art and world building to sound effects and music, these brief glimpses into the level of imagination and creative care injected into “Starfield” for maximum realism and immersion offer a fascinating behind-the-scenes odyssey.
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Now, let’s take a look at this enlightening batch of “Into the Starfield” videos to learn more about how this pioneering space exploration video game was conceived. It may not make November come any faster, but it should exponentially increase your excitement for its fall debut!
Starfield: painting a journey through space
Do you feel unmotivated today? Just watch master artist Mike Butkus put pen and brush to work on the “Starfield” Journey Through Space poster and be inspired beyond your imagination. This brief glimpse inside Butkus’ studio indicates the extreme attention to detail used to create the game’s epic style and atmosphere. Listening to President John F. Kennedy’s “We Choose to Go to the Moon” speech as an accompaniment only adds to the exploratory mood!
Starfield: Meet Vasco
“Starfield” lead artist Istvan Pely introduces us to one of the companion machines players will encounter as they play. It is the Constellation’s expeditionary robot named Vasco, a utility heavy industrial robot. It is based on a standard two-pedal chassis and is designed to go over rough terrain on ground missions. Vasco is suitable for most planetary tasks and spacecraft repairs and can be counted on whenever a reliable mechanical partner is needed.
Into the Starfield – Ep2: Made for Wanderers
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Here, Bethesda Game Director Todd Howard, Design Director Emil Pagliarulo, Lead Quest Designer Will Shen, and Lead Artist Istvan Pely discuss their approaches to the material that will make “Starfield” a groundbreaking simulation experience in the game. field of open world role-playing games.
Into the Starfield – Ep 3: The Sound of Adventure
As Bethesda Game Studios Audio Director Mark Lampert and “Starfield” composer Inon Zur explain in this lyrical piece, sound and music are the fourth dimension of “Starfield.” Delving into the emotional context, the main musical themes, and the motivations that drive the narrative are key components in composing a score that emerges from the complex core of “Starfield’s” final journey.
“Starfield” launches for video gamers on Earth exclusively on Xbox Series X|S and PC on November 11, 2022.
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