Ghostwire Tokyo Coming To Xbox Series X|S; Starfield Release Date Possibly Teased

These particulars were allegedly spotted on a wall in the Bethesda Softworks' new international publishing headquarters London.

Ghostwire: Tokyo Released favorable reviews upon release, and it was widely praised for the perfect execution of features like the use of DualSense Controller and its gorgeous setting. The title was a success for the narrow audience it was targeting. However, it also received its fair share of criticism for its repetitiveness.

Ghostwire: Tokyo’s one-year exclusivity deal is soon heading to a halt, which was rumored to finally bring it on the next-gen Xbox consoles. However, a new fable has confirmed its eventual arrival on the Xbox Series X and the Xbox Series S consoles.

On the other hand, Starfield has suffered through many delays and hindrances. We may have a new idea for its release, as witnessed in another piece of evidence, although very suspicious and a hilarious reference to the Simpsons. 


Major Takeaway:

  • Bethesda Softworks’ new headquarters have already revealed alluring info regarding some of its anticipated titles.
  • Ghostwire: Tokyo is heading straight to Xbox Series X|S after its exclusivity ends, as teased by a poster on the wall. It confirms the highly solidified rumor, and fans will not have to wait long for it.
  • A totally-not suspicious enhanced image of Starfield on one of the office’s back walls gives us a hilarious hint to its release date.

The posters and wall art noticed on the Bethesda Softworks’ international publishing headquarters London branch has revealed more details regarding two of its projects, namely Ghostwire: Tokyo and Starfield. Ghostwire: Tokyo is now confirmed to arrive on the next-gen Xbox platforms.

As sighted by the insider, Klobrille, Ghostwire: Tokyo is listed with its current platforms alongside the Xbox Series X and Series S consoles in one of the wall arts of Bethesda Softworks’ new international publishing offices in London. 

Ghostwire: Tokyo arriving on the next-gen Xbox consoles has been a long-running rumor in the community. The title was in a one-year exclusivity deal with Sony since its release, and it will come to a halt in a few months. It makes complete sense for its arrival on Xbox consoles to be imminent after the deal ends. 

On another note, one of the back walls of the office also featured a Starfield poster. Although the writing on it is quite hard to make out, one commenter enhanced the image quality and may have also edited the text on it.

Starfield is apparently officially arriving on “Smarch 2023,” which is the thirteenth month of the year. It is a hilarious reference to the Simpsons cartoon. In a low chance that it’s actually the unedited text on the art, then the word Smarch could suggest winter months as characterized in North America by cold weather and snow.

Starfield was initially unveiled in 2018; during the olden days of Microsoft‘s acquisition of Bethesda and is depicted as the “next-generation” RPG. The alluring game is set in space and is Bethesda Game Studios’ first new IP in over 25 years, and fans are very excited to explore the vast universe of Starfield. 

It was ultimately delayed from November 11, 2022, to the first half of 2023, without more details. Despite the delay again, the hype has lived on, and fans are only anticipating its eventual arrival. The recent evidence suggested another pause in its release due to an update in the SteamDB listing, but we hope that’s not the case.

What are your thoughts about Starfield’s new release date and Ghostwire: Tokyo eventually coming to Xbox Series X|S after its exclusivity ends? Do let us know your opinions in the comments below.

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Shahmeer Sarfaraz


A computer science student with blooming reverence for fantasy titles. Shahmeer is a fairly new News Writer at eXputer. Flourishing his aptitude for writing with one article at a time. When not covering the latest gaming news, Shahmeer can be found farming away in a heavily modded Stardew Valley.

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