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Starfield Start Time UK, US, and Countdown Clock

Updated: Sep 6, 2023 4:58 pm
Starfield Start Time UK, US, and Countdown Clock

Are you prepared to head to space in Starfield? Starfield early access has already begun but the full release of the RPG is close at hand. You may have already prepared by purchasing an Xbox Game Pass subscription, or perhaps you pre ordered the game. Depending on what timezone you are in, you will have a different release time when the game launches.

Those who purchased the more expensive editions of the game like the premium edition or the Constellation edition of Starfield have been playing the game for a few days now. This also applies to those who got the Starfield premium edition upgrade through Game Pass. Anyone who purchased the standard edition will be able to play it soon.

When Starfield releases, you will be able to launch yourself through the stars on a ship of your own design. You will no longer need to wait around and wonder what life amongst the stars is like. You will now be living it. Here are the Starfield release times and countdown clock so you know exactly when you can take to the stars.

When does Starfield release?

Starfield will officially launch on September 6, 2023. The original release date for the game was planned to be November 2022 but got pushed back to the first half of 2023. Since then, the release date has been set for September 2023.

Microsoft and Bethesda have confirmed the release date on multiple occasions and shared more information about the game’s different editions during the June showcase.

Starfield Start Time – Uk, US, and more

The following times are when you can expect to be able to play Starfield on Xbox Series X/S or PC if you have already bought the game or if you plan on purchasing it after release. These launch times range from Los Angeles to New York and even Sydney, Australia.

Starfield start time – North America

  • Pacific Time Zone (PDT) – 5pm on September 5
  • Mountain Time Zone (MDT) – 6pm on September 5
  • Central Time Zone (CDT) – 7pm on September 5
  • Eastern Time Zone (EDT) – 8pm on September 5

Starfield start time – South America

  • Brasilia Time (BRT) – 9pm on September 5

Starfield start time – Europe and UK

  • British Summer Time (BST) – 1am on September 6
  • Central European Summer Time (CEST) – 2am on September 6

Starfield start time – Asia

  • Malaysia Time (MYT) – 8am on September 6

Starfield start time – Japan

  • Japan Standard Time (JST) – 9am on September 6

Starfield start time – Australia and New Zealand

  • Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) – 10am on September 6
  • New Zealand Standard Time (NZST) – 12pm on September 6

Starfield countdown timer

Starfield is already out.

Everything we know so far

Starfield is a very customizable game that will have gameplay similar to Fallout and Elder Scrolls. Bethesda has stated that the game will feature over 1,000 planets that you will be able to visit and explore. There is much to the game such as the story, gameplay, and settings. We do know one thing, this game will be anything but ordinary.

In Starfield, you are a member of Constellation – a group that is focused on tracking down rare artifacts throughout the galaxy. The game takes place in the year 2330, a time when humanity has already explored our galaxy and is navigating to others.

As you explore the universe, you will encounter multiple factions trying to stop your progress and others trying to help you on your journey.

There has been a full gameplay trailer released that shows off how Starfield plays. Multiple Starfield trailers have revealed small bits of gameplay with it appearing to be similar to a mix of Skyrim and Fallout.

Throughout the gameplay trailer, the player can be seen shooting multiple guns similar to how you do in Fallout. There is even a way to switch from third-person and first-person viewpoints.

There has even been an in-depth look into things such as outposts, NPCs, Romance, and more. When interacting with NPCs, there is a new persuasion system that involves spending points. You will also be able to get companions such as Vasco who was shown during the direct.

Finally, Starfield will feature thrilling space battles. You will get the opportunity to fly your ship around the cosmos and take place in spaceship battles. From the trailer, it seems these can also be switched between first and third-person POVs.

A few cities have been mentioned that will play a role in the game. The following cities have been showcased:

  • New Atlantis
  • Akila City
  • Neon

These are three of the four major cities that will play a large role in the story. Of course, you will visit many other planets as you make your way around the galaxy.

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