‘Starfield’ teaser was made with just the in-game footage

Since its maiden reveals at E3 2021 during the Xbox & Bethesda Games event, the Starfield teaser has gained a huge following already.

Despite being short, the first Starfield teaser trailer ended up getting great reception. Now it’s been revealed that made entirely clip from just the in-game footage.

‘Starfield’: The next big anticipated open-world game

Recently, a member of Bethesda shared an unknown fact about the open-galaxy title.

Made the Starfield teaser trailer purely out of the in-game footage without any additional editing.

The Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase stood out as the main star of E3 2021 thanks to an array of new reveals. However, the highlight among them was Starfield, without any doubt.

Now, Bethesda’s Senior Lighting Artist Keith Beltramini just shared an exciting detail about the game’s teaser. He said that the team didn’t use any cinematic tools in creating that brief yet visually stunning clip.

He also added that he worked closely with director Istvan Pely to assist in the art direction for lighting and mood.

The original announcement on the sci-fi title came two years ago, back in 2019, during the E3 event. However, fans at that time didn’t care about it much as they were waiting for an Elder Scrolls 6.

But now, following the E3, there’s a section of those curious about the brand new universe.

Fans will hope for a similar experience with Elder Scrolls and Fallout titles from Bethesda, especially when it comes to getting a mesmerizing, open-world feeling.

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Upcoming games of 2021

While gaming enthusiasts are waiting for Starfield to arrive next year, they are also curious about all the fresh releases coming up in this calendar.

The most-awaited and anticipated blockbusters, there will be names like Far Cry 6 and Deathloop.

Horizon Forbidden West, a new Call of Duty entry, New World, Dying Light 2, and Kena: Bridge of Spirits are also on the list.

The line-up, however, expands even further with the likes of Little Devil Inside, Stray, Humankind, and The Ascent.

No More Heroes 3, Psychonauts 2, Life Is Strange: True Colors, Shadow Warrior 3, and Cyber Shadow are other crucial launches.

Several recently announced and ambitious projects debuting soon are The Day Before, Glitchpunk, and Etched Memories.

Coming back to Starfield, again, it will release on November 11, 2022, for PC and Xbox Series X|S.

What are your thoughts on all the prominent games launching later this year and beyond? Are you already excited?

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