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Redfall's poor reception has gamers worried for Starfield

Arkane's co-op vampire shooter hasn't had the best of launches, to say the least.

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If 2023's AAA releases have one thing in common at the time of writing, it is poor performance at launch across the board. Titles like Star Wars Jedi: Survivor and Hogwarts Legacy have taken a lot of flack from the PC audience, and most recently Redfall barely reaches 30fps while playing on an Xbox Series X at times.

Redfall's problems go beyond performance, but its rough launch has more than a few gamers concerned about Starfield. Also a Bethesda project, that has endured multiple delays, Starfield will (hopefully) see a release this year, but the disappointment of Redfall has understandably made many cautious.

It's likely going to be buggy, as is the case with a lot of Bethesda games at launch, but mainly people are hoping that performance wise it can at least run fine, even if the occasional NPC gets stuck in a wall.

Do you think Starfield can live up to the hype?


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