Bethesda Delays Co-op Shooter Redfall And Sci-fi RPG Starfield To First Half Of 2023

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Bad news for those who are looking forward to playing Redfall later this year. Bethesda Softworks has delayed the launch of the much-awaited vampire co-op shooter to the first half of 2023. The game was unveiled at last year’s E3 digital event and was scheduled to launch this summer.

Redfall - Official Announce Trailer - Xbox & Bethesda Games Showcase 2021

For those just hearing about the game, Redfall is a four-player open-world first-person shooter that’s being developed by Arkane Austin, the studio behind the popular Prey and Dishonored franchises. The game is set in Redfall, Massachusetts where players will need to band together to fend off an army of hungry vampires.

“The quaint island town of Redfall, Massachusetts, is under siege by a legion of vampires who have blocked out the sun and cut the island off from the outside world. Trapped with a handful of survivors against diabolical enemies threatening to bleed the town dry, choose your hero from a diverse roster, grouping up with others to create the perfect team of vampire slayers.”

Bethesda Softworks has also delayed Starfield, a sci-fi action RPG that was slated to arrive in November on PC and Xbox Series X|S but will now also be launching in the first half of 2023.

Starfield: Official Teaser Trailer