Starfield On PlayStation? Pure Fiction, Says One Of The Leakers!

Here’s a bizarre situation. It’s like a mess.


Usually when someone says something is a rumor, they stick to that position, but here it’s the opposite. We have an insider who reported something he knew, and then a few days later he made the opposite claim. And yet, as farcical as it is, Nate the Hate was one of the first people to support the XboxEra rumor, making it clear that he didn’t think they would all be Xbox-exclusive multiplatforms.

At least he admitted he wasn’t being truthful this time, but he did stress that he didn’t think Starfield would be multiplatform (i.e. it wouldn’t appear on PlayStation 5; and there’s a chance it might appear on the Nintendo Switch sequel). But don’t jump to the conclusion that Microsoft’s change in strategy is a foregone conclusion: next week there will be an event where the Redmond-based company will announce the future of Xbox, and some games (such as Hi-Fi Rush) will hopefully become multiplatform.

What is certain, however, is that Tom Henderson, one of the most trusted insiders in the industry, has spoken about the matter on Twitter. According to him, Microsoft did not expect such a backlash and discourse about the company’s plans: “Make of this what you will, but talking to some people over there, they [Xbox] were very surprised at the extent of the “rumors” because nothing was set in stone except Hi-Fi Rush and Sea of Thieves from what I’ve gathered. Honestly, it sounds like for the most part it was a prime example of Chinese whispers or people just making shit up to capitalize on the hysteria. It will be interesting to see what is said because the rumors seem to be fueling decisions that may need more time in the oven, so to speak,” Henderson wrote.

There’s really nothing we can do but wait. Something is definitely going to change, but we don’t know what or how much.

Source: WCCFTech, ResetEra


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