Starfield Launches with Fewest Bugs of any Bethesda Game
Bethesda’s Starfield Flawlessly Launches in Epic Fashion
Today, Bethesda launched its highly anticipated successor to the Elder Scrolls series, Starfield, with the fewest bugs of any title in the Bethesda game library. Since the game was announced 4 years ago, fans of the franchise have been eagerly speculating and waiting for the release.
Despite many difficulties due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Bethesda managed to pull through and launch the game perfectly. According to the reviews, Starfield does not present any game-breaking bugs; the game is essentially perfect upon launch. This beats the previous record held by Skyrim, released in 2011, which held the fewest number of game-breaking bugs.
The perfect launch of Starfield is more impressive because it was released on next-gen platforms. While every launch faces different degrees of technical issues, Bethesda faced the daunting task of launching the game across multiple platforms. However, the developers managed to pull off the feat in an amazing way as there have been no reported issues with the game.
The launch of Starfield is also notable as it has the potential to improve the reputation of the Bethesda game studio. Critics of the studio have taken Bethesda to task for their past releases which have had numerous bugs and glitches. With Starfield, however, Bethesda has proven that they are more than capable of releasing a game that is nearly perfect upon launch.
It is also worth noting that Starfield is one of the most ambitious open-world titles Bethesda has ever produced. With the improved technology of the next-gen consoles, Starfield offers a vast open-world environment that dwarf previous Bethesda games. The combination of stunning graphics and the scale of the game create an immersive experience, which has only been made possible by the next-gen consoles.
Overall, the lauch of Starfield is a reminder of the capacity of Bethesda to produce huge titles that compete with other AAA games. The amount of bugs they have managed to fend off for the launch is immense, and shows how much effort and dedication the team put into the game. From the countless hours spent developing the game, the dedication of Bethesda has certainly culminated in the successful launch of Starfield.