It’s amazing how one announcement can seemingly shift the entire current dynamic of the gaming industry. Bethesda’s delay of Redfall and Starfield, however justly so, opened up a big space in the coming fall/holiday season.
Starfield was set up as THE game of the holiday season, and without it, nothing else has yet to be confirmed for November—what amounts to typically the busiest month of the year.Now, of course, other games are likely to fill those holes.
Pokemon Scarlet and Violet, for example, are likely to release in November per Nintendo’s current schedule, and there are plenty of third-party games with pending release dates.
It just feels empty, but luckily, relief may be right around the corner.Awesome Video Imagines Horizon Zero Dawn as a PS1 GameXbox and Bethesda are likely to go big at the Xbox and Bethesda Games Showcase on June 12, while Summer Game Fest begins a little sooner on June 9.Read more on gamerant.com