Starfield director Todd Howard today announced full localisation for the Japanese language and confirmed that the game will have over 150,00 lines of dialogue.
Starfield is Bethesda's next big thing and it is awaited by millions of players worldwide. The scope of this game is absolutely huge and it's easily the biggest world that the creators of Skyrim and Fallout 4 ever created.
And while we don't have a lot of information about this space exploration RPG, from time to time, Todd Howard, who is directing this title, gives us some bits of details, to keep the hype train going at full speeds.
Today, Howard talked about Starfield at Xbox's Tokyo Games Show , where he confirmed that the game will be localized into Japanese and will be the largest translation project in Bethesda’s history.
Howard revealed staggering details - More than 300 actors worked on Starfield which will have over 150,000 lines of dialogue. For comparison's sake, Fallout 4 had 111,000 lines while Skyrim had 60,000. It's safe to say that this is quite an upgrade.
Now, the only thing that remains is that we see some actual gameplay. That should certainly be happening at E3 2022 since the game is planned to launch later that year.
As you may know, Starfield will be coming exclusively to Xbox Series X|S and PC via Game Pass. The release date is set for November 11, 2021.