• All eyes are on Xbox now following Starfield and Redfall delays

    2 days ago - By MobileSyrup

    On May 12th, Xbox-owned Bethesda announced that its two biggest upcoming games, Starfield and Redfall , have both been delayed until the first half of 2023 .
    It was a significant blow to Xbox, and it leaves the company's software lineup for the rest of the year in question. Moreover, it raises concerns as to whether Microsoft can maintain its ever-growing roster of studios.
    To start, it's important to stress that video game development is difficult - far more so than most people would appreciate. And that's not even factoring in a little thing called "the COVID-19 pandemic." Bethesda games...
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  • Poll: Should Microsoft stop setting release dates for games so early?

    Poll: Should Microsoft stop setting release dates for games so early?

    3 days ago - By Windows Central

    Starfield and Redfall are just the latest examples of the gaming industry not being able to stick to a release date.
    The delay of Starfield and Redfall pushed back Bethesda's first two Xbox console-exclusive titles since being purchased by Microsoft. The move has left a gap in Xbox's 2022 lineup and left many fans disappointed. It's also the latest example of the gaming industry promising a release date, but being left unable to deliver.
    Of course, games are delayed for a variety of factors. Developers, artists, and those that work on titles all put in an incredible amount of effort over...
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