Bethesda’s big new sci-fi RPG Starfield is almost here, but for some people, it’s already arrived. Reports are coming in that copies of the game have begun to appear in the wild, and some people who got the game early have seemingly posted gameplay footage that Bethesda has taken action to remove.
In essence, if you’re worried about seeing a spoiler, be sure to be extra wary as you navigate the internet in the next two weeks.
One Starfield gameplay video posted on YouTube was removed today, August 22, at the request of Bethesda owner ZeniMax. The full list of what seems to be Starfield’s achievements has leaked, too, and the rundown includes descriptions that might be spoilery.
Starfield releases on September 6 for everyone, but the $100 Constellation Edition unlocks on September 1. That’s also the day that Game Pass members, or anyone else buying the standard edition, can start playing if they buy a $35 upgrade.
Reviews for Starfield will begin to appear online starting on August 31, so keep an eye out for GameSpot’s review.
A recent Starfield developer Q&A revealed a lot more information about the game, including how players can buy property and go to jail. Preloading for Starfield began on August 17, and it might be worth doing considering the game is 100GB+ in size.