Two of 2022's biggest, most-anticipated games have been pushed back to 2023
On the plus side, 2023 might end up being the best year for gaming ever.
Following the tragic release of Cyberpunk 2077, more and more games developers are announcing delays to their big releases to make sure they're not launching titles that aren't up to the standards that gamers are expecting.
To that end, two of the biggest and most-anticipated releases of 2022 have been pushed back to 2023.
This year has already been a bit sparse in terms of big releases, and losing two more doesn't help matters, but will probably mean that 2023 could be the greatest year in gaming history.
For these delayed releases, publisher Bethesda Studios said the following:
"The teams at Arkane Austin (Redfall) and Bethesda Game Studios (Starfield) have incredible ambitions for their games, and we want to ensure that you receive the best, most polished versions of them."
Starfield is their ambitious and epic science-fiction RPG from the makers of the Elder Scrolls series. It also marks BGS's first major releases since Fallout 4 in 2015.
On the exact opposite end of the gameplay style guide, we've got Redfall, an open-world, co-op shooter akin to Left 4 Dead, except it is vampires instead of zombies, coming from the team behind Deathloop.
Neither of the games have a confirmed new release date beyond "2023", much like the recent news on the Breath Of The Wild sequel, but thankfully in 2022, we've still got:
At least, at the time of writing they're still due out in 2022...
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