The video discusses the upcoming game Starfield by Bethesda, which is described as a departure from their typical games like Fallout and The Elder Scrolls. While comparisons can be made to No Man’s Sky, Starfield aims to provide a more handcrafted and immersive experience, with a focus on character creation, dialogue, and engaging gameplay moments.
In this video transcription, the speaker discusses the upcoming game Starfield by Bethesda. The speaker explains that Starfield is a departure from the typical Fallout and Elder Scrolls games, offering a new experience set in space. The game is described as an epic role-playing game where players have the freedom to be who they want and explore wherever they want. The speaker notes that while Starfield bears some similarities to other space exploration games like No Man’s Sky, it still retains the essence of a Bethesda game with its character creation, dialogue scenes, and gameplay loop.
The speaker acknowledges that there are certain comparisons to be drawn between Starfield and No Man’s Sky, such as the mining mechanics and the use of procedural generation to generate planets. However, the speaker also highlights that Starfield aims to create a more handcrafted and immersive experience for players, with cities populated by named NPCs and a focus on creating interesting gameplay moments.
The speaker notes that there are still unknowns about Starfield, such as the combat mechanics and the overall performance of the game. However, the speaker expresses hope that the delay in release will allow Bethesda to polish the game and address any potential issues. The speaker also discusses the vastness of the game’s world, with over 1,000 planets to explore across 100 systems, and raises the question of how Bethesda will make each location interesting and engaging for players.
The speaker mentions the clean and slick UI of the game, as well as the impressive character creator and skill leveling system. Additionally, the speaker expresses excitement about the ability to build outposts, outfit spaceships, and hire a crew, highlighting these features as something different and unexpected in a sci-fi game.
In conclusion, the speaker acknowledges the comparisons to No Man’s Sky but emphasizes that Starfield ultimately feels like a Bethesda game. The speaker looks forward to seeing more gameplay, particularly the combat, and hopes for a smooth and immersive experience when the game is released.