Bethesda Sport Studios has made it abundantly clear that it plans to maintain up help for Starfield for years to return, with the sci-fi RPG having acquired loads of updates (the latest of which added DLSS help) within the aftermath of its launch, and improvement on DLC additionally underway. In actual fact, it looks as if an enormous chunk of the developer’s workforce continues to be specializing in engaged on the sport above its different initiatives.
As noticed by PCGamesN, in a latest interview with Wired, director Todd Howard revealed that about 250 folks throughout Bethesda Sport Studios – greater than half of the 450 the developer employs in whole – are nonetheless engaged on Starfield. “You’re speaking to me, however there’s 450 folks right here. We nonetheless have people who work on [Fallout] 76, we now have about 250 on Starfield,” Howard mentioned.
Howard has beforehand mentioned that over the approaching years, Starfield will obtain “a number of add-on content material” of “various sizes”. Although the total extent of these plans is presently unclear, we do know that the primary growth will likely be known as Shattered Area. It stays to be seen when it can launch, nevertheless. In the meantime, the sport can also be set to obtain full mod help someday in 2024.
Regardless that Starfield stays the sport that the majority of Bethesda Sport Studios appears to be specializing in, engaged on The Elder Scrolls 6 can also be ramping up, with the fantasy RPG having entered full manufacturing earlier this yr.
Starfield is out there on Xbox Collection X/S and PC. Learn our assessment of the sport via right here.