Starfield Will Be Bethesda's 'Largest Translation Effort' Ever
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Yesterday during Xbox's Tokyo Game Show livestream, Bethesda's Todd Howard made a brief appearance thanking Japanese fans for their support of series' like The Elder Scrolls and Fallout.

Along with this message, he touched on Bethesda's new space RPG, Starfield - sharing some exclusive news for this particular region. The game will be "fully translated and voiced in Japanese" and will officially be the company's "largest translation effort" ever - with over 300 actors, and over 150,000 lines of dialogue.

As pointed out by many fans, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim had around 60,000 lines of dialogue and Fallout 4 had about 111,000 lines of dialogue - meaning Starfield is likely going to be quite a big game when it does land.

Starfield will launch exclusively on the Xbox Series X|S, PC and Game Pass next year on 11th November.

Are you excited about this upcoming release? How big are you expecting it to be? Tell us down below.