Starfield New HD Images Leak, Show a More Detailed Look at the Game, First-Person View

Nathan Birch

It’s been some time since we got any sort of look at Bethesda’s upcoming sci-fi RPG Starfield, but it seems a new collection of images have leaked. The most interesting of the bunch are a series of new HD screens that show a more detailed look at some sort of spacecraft/station than anything we’ve seen before. Interestingly, a couple of the images appear to show a first-person view, seemingly confirming Bethesda will be sticking to the perspective they’ve used for both The Elder Scrolls and Fallout. You can check out the images for yourself below (click the images for full HD).


A handful of other lower-resolution images were also leaked, providing a look at a Helmet you might be wearing, a closer look at the game’s UI, and more.

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Now, take these screenshots with a grain of salt, but they look pretty legit to me. Known Bethesda insider Skullzi is vouching for them, saying that, like previous Starfield image leaks, they’re likely lifted from an early 2018-era developer build of the game.

Perhaps not wanting to be upstaged by the new pics, Skullzi also dropped a few nuggets of his own, saying Starfield will have both factions and low/zero gravity zones…

So, when might we get an official look at Starfield? Numerous tipsters have hinted Microsoft and Bethesda are aiming for a 2021 release and will perhaps show off something around this year’s E3. Skullzi seems to agree with those sentiments.

Bethesda has yet to confirm either platforms or a release date for Starfield. What do you think? Has this latest round of leaks got you excited?

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