Bethesda just released loads of new Starfield art concepts

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Bethesda hosted a Skyrim 10th anniversary concert today, but they were also looking forward to their next big RPG: Starfield. At the end of the show, Todd Howard introduced songwriter Inon Zur, who provided sheet music for Fallout 76, Outriders, Dragon’s Dogma, and Dragon Age II. There followed a performance of the ‘Starfield Suite’ by the London Symphony Orchestra.

It’s definitely worth checking out – you can watch it at 51:39 above – but arguably more exciting is the appearance of over a dozen new pieces of concept art from Starfield. I’ve put them together below, but since they’re lightly animated, it’s probably worth watching the video as well.

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These images are sure to arouse the desire of anyone who loves good old sci-fi covers, and they show just how varied Starfield locations will be: we see sandy wasteland, urban streets dotted with neon lights, dense and dark forests, panoramas of futuristic cities… that’s a lot.

The Starfield release date is November 11. This will be Bethesda Game Studios’ first major single-player RPG since Fallout 4, and they’re going to do it all: it apparently has twice as much dialogue like Skyrim, and will be “a little more hardcore“than what the studio has released before.


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