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Starfield Leaked Screenshots Show Ship Interiors, Reveals Different Factions

Starfield has been a minefield of leaks recently going as far as being a part of the official Bethesda survey. New screenshots have emerged for the game.

Starfield is one of the most anticipated games from Bethesda Softworks next to The Elder Scrolls VI. The hype around this project has remained consistent since it is a brand new IP from the same studio and creator that brought The Elder Scrolls series. We have previously covered details that were shared on Starfield by Todd Howard. What we know so far is that this will use Creation Engine and it is primarily a single-player game.

Now a user on reddit has summarized the new leaks that have appeared for the game. This includes brand new screenshots and details on the factions that might be a part of the game.

First of all, we have the SNA or Space National Alliance. They are a major faction in the game. Other leaked details include Axion Energy, which is a company producing/selling energy, Kreet Base as seen in the screenshots, and TEC, which apparently manufactures something in the world of Starfield. Blackfleet is the title of the ship that can be seen in the screenshots.

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The new screenshots match the previous major leak that also showed similar-looking screenshots. They belong to the 2018 build of the game so it is likely that the visuals will be improved by the time the game officially launches. The game was targeting a release window in 2021, however, it could be delayed. It will be apparently exclusive to the Xbox and PC and launch on day one on Xbox Game Pass.

Starfield was originally announced at E3 2018 and has been missing in action since then. The game wasn’t announced for any particular platforms but based on the rumors so far, it is unlikely that Starfield will come to the PlayStation consoles.

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