Bethesda's new space RPG Starfield has been a huge success for Xbox since it arrived on Game Pass and multiple platforms in September. In less than a month it surpassed 10 million players and since then, it's had ongoing success in the charts.
Now, in an update during Microsoft's latest earnings call for FY24 Q1, the tech giant's CEO Satya Nadella has revealed Starfield set a record "on launch" for "the most Game Pass subscriptions added on a single day ever".
No specific figures have been shared, but what we do know is that the game is now also Bethesda's biggest game launch of all time. This factors in the Xbox Series X|S and PC releases as well as Game Pass subscriptions.
Starfield appears to have also contributed to Microsoft's gaming revenue gains in the previous quarter, with the company up by 9%.