Starfield Game Pass Release Time
Starfield, the highly anticipated space RPG from Bethesda Game Studios, was officially released on September 6, 2023. However, lucky players in the US got early access on September 5, starting at 8 p.m. ET. This early access opportunity was granted to those who preordered the Premium Edition or Constellation Edition.
Here’s the launch times for the Standard Edition of Starfield in different regions around the world:
Launch Date and Time
|West Coast US||September 5 at 5:00pm PDT|
|Central US||September 5 at 7:00pm CDT|
|East Coast US||September 5 at 8:00pm EDT|
|UK||September 6 at 1:00am BST|
|Europe||September 6 at 2:00am CEST|
|Japan||September 6 at 9:00am JST|
|Australia||September 6 at 10:00am AEST|
|New Zealand||September 6 at 12:00pm NZST|
Will You Be Able to Play Starfield on Xbox One?
Yes, you will be able to play Starfield on Xbox One, but there are some prerequisites to consider. Since there isn’t a native version of Starfield for Xbox One, it will be accessible through Xbox Cloud Gaming. This feature is exclusively available to Xbox Game Pass Ultimate subscribers.
To access Starfield on your Xbox One, you should go to “My Games & Apps,” then navigate to “Apps” and select the “Xbox Game Pass” app. Inside the app, you’ll find Starfield (or you can search for it). Click on the game, and a pop-up menu will appear with the “Play” option, featuring a cloud icon. By choosing this option, you can stream Starfield to your Xbox One via Microsoft’s servers.
However, it’s important to note that this option becomes available when Starfield officially releases on September 6th. Additionally, Xbox Cloud Gaming relies on a strong and stable internet connection; otherwise, you may experience visual issues and lag. If your internet meets the requirements, playing on Xbox One should provide a similar experience to the native version on newer consoles or PC. This allows you to try out Starfield before deciding whether to invest in an Xbox Series X|S or PC for the native version.
Starfield, an action role-playing game, is the creation of Bethesda Game Studios and publication by Bethesda Softworks. It made its debut announcement during Bethesda’s E3 presentation in 2018. The game is set in a space-themed universe, marking the first entirely new intellectual property from Bethesda in nearly three decades. Starfield is set to launch on September 6, 2023, for Windows and Xbox Series X/S platforms.
Critical reception for Starfield has generally been positive among reviewers. The game has garnered praise for its open-ended gameplay, combat mechanics, impressive visuals, captivating music, and enhanced technical performance, seen as an improvement over previous Bethesda titles. However, opinions on the game’s story and exploration aspects have been more mixed.
Starfield is an action role-playing video game that offers players the flexibility to switch between first-person and third-person perspectives at any time. Set within an expansive open world located in the Milky Way galaxy, the game features a mix of fictional and real planetary systems, providing access to over 1,000 planets, numerous moons, and space stations.
The landscapes in the game are primarily procedurally generated, with subsequent manual refinement and the addition of handcrafted elements. The game dynamically generates terrain, alien flora and fauna, and points of interest as players approach planets.
Players will encounter a diverse array of non-playable characters (NPCs) as they explore the game world. Some NPCs can become part of the player’s crew, assisting in combat, carrying items, or engaging in conversations on the player’s behalf. Choices made by the player may elicit responses from these NPCs.
The game allows for the customization of the player character at the beginning, including body type, appearance, background, and traits, with various backgrounds unlocking specific starting skills. As the player progresses, they gain experience and level up, unlocking abilities in five skill trees.
Weaponry in the game includes firearms, explosives, and melee weapons, all of which can be customized with attachments. The player can also equip jetpacks for combat and traversal. Planet scanning helps identify natural resources for crafting, and players can establish outposts for research, crafting, and resource extraction. Spaceships, which can be purchased or customized, play a significant role, with modular customization options. Ship combat involves power allocation and boarding of other NPC-piloted ships, offering various interactions such as plundering, negotiation, or commandeering.
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