“We embrace chaos”: Pete Hines Excuses Bugs after Promising Near Bugless Starfield Release


For those that are unaware, Bethesda games is a video game publisher based in Rockville, Maryland and their games Skyrim and Fallout have been known for being slightly glitchy. However, these small issues in the game Starfield are what helped make the game so incredible and vast.

Head of Global Publishing, Pete Hines has said that making a smaller and cleaner game is always an option for Bethesda. However, the studio is choosing to attempt to push the limits on what it is able to do and what is possible. It sounds incredibly interesting and should have plenty of fans intrigued by that notion. 

Bethesda Exec’s Side of the Story

Bethesda Games

Hines has said, We embrace chaos. We could make a safer, less buggy, less risky game if we wanted to. But what we try to lean into is player freedom. Yes, there’s going to be some little things here and there where your companion might stand a little too close to you sometimes. Yet the freedom you get, and the things that happen because of that, we absolutely love and embrace”.

Fandomwire Video

Also Read: Bethesda Senior VP Pete Hines Compares Redfall to Fallout 76, Says Things Will Get Bette

Hines seems excited about the endeavour and sounds like he is very proud of the final results of the game that he has okayed. It seems that he is looking forward to the game itself.

Early Access for Starfield

Starfield Poster

Early access for Starfield came September 1st with its full launch coming in on September 6th. Fans are eagerly awaiting for the arrival of the game and have been foaming at the mouth for its release. Fans have been playing for the last two days, and in some cases, some players have already hit the forty hour mark in Starfield, which is a testament to them, but also the game itself and what it holds.

SEE: As Starfield Nears Release, Bethesda Prepare to Stealth Launch a New Update for Redfall to try and Boost Steam Concurrent Players from Measly 61

It stands to reason that fans will be very curious about the game and we can only assume what it will hold for ardent fans, who, for whatever reason haven’t gotten early access to the game and are waiting for the next few days to pass until the official launch of September 6th.

What do you think of the upcoming launch for Starfield? Will you be playing the game? Let us know in the comments.

Source: GI.Biz

Follow us for more entertainment coverage on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube.


Written by Richard Schertzer