Xbox Series X | S: one of the 2022 exclusives is at risk of being postponed

During E3 2021, Microsoft and Bethesda have unveiled two new Xbox exclusives, namely Starfield and Redfall. Both titles are scheduled for this year, but the cooperative shooter from Arkane Studios would actually be in the process of being postponed, at least according to some rumors that have emerged over the last few hours.

As reported on Reddit, the first to launch the indiscretion was MrMattPlays, along with Lord Cognito, in a published podcast on their Patreon page. The two claim they do not have a reliable source, but this indiscretion has also been relaunched by another podcast, much more reliable and much closer to the industry, namely The Xbox Two, hosted by Jez Corden. For the uninitiated, Corden is a Windows Central reporter who has been very close to the video game industry for years and anticipated several new games and services before they became public domain.

If the postponement of Redfall were confirmed, it would be the second delay for the Xbox ecosystem. In fact, over the last few days the postponement of STALKER 2 has been made official: the exclusive timeframe intended for the Microsoft ecosystem initially was supposed to debut on April 28, 2022, but was postponed to the end of the year. Whereas the new game of Arkane has completely disappeared from the radar, the possibility that Redfall will be postponed perhaps to autumn 2022 or directly to 2023, is definitely real.

Of course, as usual, we invite you to take this news with a grain of salt. Arkane Studios may be in the process of announcing some news just before the next edition of E3, both negative and positive. We are always in the field of rumors and hypotheses, therefore our advice is to wait for official announcements from publishers and developers. Keep following Tom’s Hardware for all the news and announcements in the pipeline from the world of video games.


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