Phil Spencer, the head of Microsoft’s Gaming Division, commented on Bethesda Softworks’ decision to transfer Starfield and Redfall to the second half of 2023. He believes that this will have an impact on the quality and design of Xbox Game Studios’ games.
Phil Spencer stressed that studios should be allowed to have the time necessary to produce quality products in his statement. Starfield may not be in the best of health right now, so a November release would signify a market launch. “next Cyberpunk 2077”.
“These decisions are hard for game teams and for our fans.— WriteHe’s on Twitter. — While I understand the importance of giving teams enough time to make these games, we are open to hearing your feedback. Fans expect consistency and quality assurance. We will continue to work to better meet these expectations.”.
Although it isn’t known when the decision was made to postpone the games, Spencer stated that the decision was made earlier in the week. VisitedBethesda Softworks team.
Xbox has made significant investments in its in-house studios over the years. In addition to creating The Initiative, a new studio for Age of Empires development, she also acquired Ninja Theory (Hellblade), Playground Games(Fallout: New Vegas), Obsidian Entertainment [Fallout 3], InXile Entertainment (“Wasteland 3”), Double Fine Productions (“Psychonauts”), and the entire Bethesda Softworks, including all its studios (more precisely, ZeniMax Media which is Bethesda’s parent).
Xbox Game Studios currently has the following games in development: Redfall (Arkane Studios), Starfield, Redfall (Bethesda Game Studios), Everwild(Rare), Everwild(Obsidian Entertainment), Everwild (“Rare”), Everwild (“Rare”) Fable (Playground Games), Forza Motorsport8 (Playground Games), Perfect Darkness (The Initiative), Senua’s Saga : Hellblade. II (Ninja Theory), State of Decay 3 – Undead Labs, and The Outer Worlds 2 – Obsidian Entertainment.
The general conference will take place on June 12th at Xbox and Bethesda Softworks, where they will give updates about well-known projects. Premiere screenings of previously unknown games are also planned.