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Starfield is confirmed to not make an appearance at Quakecon 2022

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Quakecon, a celebration of Bethesda and id Software catalog of games, is going to leave Starfield fans disappointed, unfortunately.

While fans can look forward to Quake Pro League matches, panels on Elder Scrolls Online, Fallout 76, and even a presentation on Ghostwire: Tokyo, there appears to be nothing to say about Bethesda's space-themed RPG after it was pushed back to 2023.As expected, several Bethesda games will feature prominently at Quakecon 2022 this year, but Starfield will not be a part of that list.

Instead, the online-only convention airing on Twitch will focus on games like Elder Scrolls Online and Fallout 76, both MMOs.There are a number of other events going on at the convention as well, from an ESO LARP to comparing Redfall to Deathloop, but if fans scroll through the entire schedule, there’s nothing about the upcoming game.This isn’t to say that a surprise announcement may not come up somewhere, but there is nothing official that fans can look forward to as of writing this article.An official statement from Bethesda announcing the unfortunate absence of both Starfield and Redfall reads:The delayed release date was confirmed back in May 2022, but according to one Redditor, there is a fan theory concerning the game’s actual release date.

According to the Redditor, a string of numbers could be seen in the gameplay trailer.Interestingly, it is the patent number for the flying machine developed by the Wright Brothers, and its date was March 23, 1903.

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