The dataminer Billbil-kun, who has an amazing track record of product leaks, claims that Microsoft has plans to distribute three different editions of the game that Bethesda developed.
It is anticipated that they will be shown during Sunday’s Xbox Games Showcase, immediately followed by a Starfield Direct presentation that will provide an in-depth look at the science fiction role-playing game.
It has been claimed that the price of the standard edition will be €69.99 for the PC version and €79.99 for the Xbox Series X/S version. It is anticipated that the price of the console version will be $70 in the United States.
The Premium Edition is expected to cost €104.99 on PC and €114.99 on consoles, although these prices have not yet been confirmed.
On the other hand, a Constellation Edition is rumored to cost €299.99, or around $322. It will be available for both the PC and Xbox Series X/S.
Recent reports from the same source suggested that Microsoft would reveal two Starfield-themed Xbox accessories during their event on Sunday and make them immediately available for purchase after the event.
It has been rumored that Microsoft intends to release a limited-edition Xbox controller with a price tag of $79.99, £69.99, or €74.99, as well as a wireless headset with a price tag of $129.99, £114.99, or €124.99.
The release of Starfield was initially planned for November 2017. Despite this, the game’s release was pushed back to the first half 2023 in May 2022.
In March, Bethesda revealed that the release of Starfield would be pushed back even further, and the new release date is set for September 6th.
We have put all we have into this game, and even I am shocked by how much we can put in. The director of Starfield, Todd Howard, commented at the time that “it is large.”
“But in addition to that, during our Starfield Direct event that will take place in June, we will invite you into the development studio and provide you with an in-depth look at the game. There is still a lot more that we need to demonstrate to you.
Last June, during the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase, Howard gave a 15-minute presentation in which he demonstrated the first gameplay for Starfield.