Earlier today, Microsoft announced that they would be holding their Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase on June 13. While they didn’t exactly tell us what games would be shown off during the event, they did provide a teaser image featuring some very recognizable characters, more so from the Halo universe. However, for those familiar with Bethesda’s new project, Starfield, it would appear that some of its artwork can also be spotted in the teaser image.
Taking a look at the featured image above, you might notice in the lower left of the planet shape circle some geographical features of what appears to be some lakes and mountains, or canyons.
As it turns out, this may in fact be from Starfield as the features are identical to an early concept art for the game. Have a look.
As you can you see, what both the images feature basically the exact same lake/river among other noticeable similarities.
This is certainly an exciting discovery as Bethesda hasn’t spoken much about Starfield since it was first announced back in 2018. It’s been nearly three years since we got a substantial update, with a few leaks cropping up here and there, and now it seems that that studio is finally ready to pull the curtains back.
Hopefully with it being teased, this does mean we will see it at the event and it’s not just put there for the sake of being there. It’s going to be a very interesting showcase, one filled with plenty of questions, mostly regarding whether or not we will see Starfield on PlayStation, or if it has truly become a full Xbox exclusive.
Don’t forget, the Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase is set for June 13.