Bethesda Game Studios, the developers behind iconic franchises like The Elder Scrolls and Fallout, has today unveiled an exciting addition to their highly anticipated space-themed RPG, Starfield. Three new animated short films offer a sneak peek into the breathtaking worlds of the game, centering around the three major cities in the Settled Systems.
“Supra Er Ultra” takes viewers on a mesmerizing journey through the sprawling metropolis of New Atlantis, which has been confirmed by Bethesda as the most extensive city they have ever created. The short film revolves around the life of Kent, a determined courier pilot with lofty ambitions – a man yearning to call the most desirable corner of the settled systems his home.
In “Where Hope is Built,” we are transported to Akila City, a place of dreams and possibilities. The heartwarming narrative follows an orphaned girl who embarks on a quest to find crucial repair parts for her damaged ship, fueling her dream of exploring the boundless stars. Against the backdrop of Akila City’s breathtaking skyline and its technologically advanced society, the animated short delivers a powerful message about hope, resilience, and the pursuit of one’s dreams.
The third animated masterpiece, “The Hand that Feeds,” unfolds in the neon-drenched streets of Neon City. Here, we meet two audacious street rats who cleverly pilfer from wealthy tourists to survive in the urban jungle. However, their daring escapades catch the attention of Ryujin Industries, a powerful corporation and one of the primary factions available for players to join in Starfield. This thrilling story not only offers a glimpse into the allure of the criminal underbelly but also hints at the intricate web of alliances and conflicts players can expect to encounter in the game.