We've heard on a number of occasions now how Bethesda's space RPG Starfield will be a "PC and Xbox" exclusive, but it hasn't stopped some fans out there from attempting to twist comments made by the Bethesda executive, Pete Hines.
Hines recently responded to a fan on Twitter speculating about the possibility of the upcoming game coming to the PlayStation 5 - stamping out the idea of this once again. Pete suggested the same source was clutching at straws:
Xbox's Aaron Greenberg also chimed in with the following response, doubling down on the title's exclusivity:
"Starfield will be an launching exclusively on Xbox Series X|S and PC on November 11, 2022. Game Pass members can play it day one as well on Xbox & PC. I know we have said this all before and none of that has or will change."
"We have tried to be as clear as possible, not a timed exclusive, this is simply where the game is being made."
A few months ago during an interview with GameSpot, Pete noted how he would not apologise for the game's exclusivity - telling fans they would require a PC or Xbox if they wanted to play the game.
"If you want to play Starfield, [it's] PC and Xbox. Sorry. All I can really say is I apologise, because I'm certain that it's frustrating to folks, but there's not a whole lot I can do about it."
Although it seems some of Bethesda's titles will no longer be released on every platform, the company has made it clear it will continue to support existing releases on other systems. Starfield will land on Xbox Series X|S and PC next year on November 11th.
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