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The Biggest Bethesda Game Launch Ever Is Officially Starfield

Starfield is officially Bethesda’s biggest-ever game launch, with more than 6 million players. The fact that Fallout and The Elder Scrolls are already well-known franchises makes this a significant milestone for the RPG developer.

“Bethesda thanked the players to commemorate the achievement on X.” “Bethesda wrote that Starfield has already exceeded 6 million players as of this morning, making it the biggest Bethesda game launch ever.” In contrast, two days after its release in 2011, Skyrim managed to sell 3.4 million physical copies on PC, Xbox, and PS3. By December, that number had ascended to 10 million. In contrast, Fallout 4 broke Grand Theft Auto 5’s Steam concurrents record by selling 1.2 million copies within 24 hours of its release. Regardless of how you look at it, Starfield is off to a great start.

Starfield is being played by everyone Starfield’s most recent achievement follows the announcement that it now has more than one million concurrent players on all platforms. “Thanks to all the players who helped us reach this great milestone and congrats to [Bethesda Studios],” Xbox boss Phil Spencer wrote in a post on X.

Before its official release on September 6, Bethesda’s sprawling space epic topped the sales charts. Since then, it has had a positive start to life.

Starfield’s ship creator has been used by players to create replicas of famous ships from Star Wars, Serenity, and Star Trek, and numerous hidden connections to other games like Skyrim have already been discovered. Some skilled speedrunners have even managed to complete it in less than three hours.

In any case, on the off chance that you’re still getting everything rolling, here are what to do first in Starfield.

Even though Starfield gets off to a rough start and has some core problems, the review by IGN says that there is a strong pull to look for its “immense amount of quality roleplaying quests and interesting NPCs.”

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