Aesthetic Videos, The Game’s ‘NASA-Punk’ Aesthetic: The upcoming Starfield from Bethesda is described as having a “NASA-punk” aesthetic.
Aesthetic Videos, The Game’s ‘NASA-Punk’ Aesthetic
Upcoming Release Excitement
While many fans would prefer Elder Scrolls 6. There’s still reason to be excited about Starfield’s upcoming release at the end of the year. As this is Bethesda’s first new IP in over 25 years. It will be interesting to see how the studio handles it given, Its history of fantasy and, more recently, post-apocalyptic worlds. Many call the developer’s new space game sci-fi. But “NASA-punk” has also mention.
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In a recent article on the Xbox website, lead artist Istvan Pely stated. That the team wanted to create something “very realistic.” The term “NASA-punk,” coined by the studio during game development. Refers to a science-fiction universe that is “more grounded and relatable.” Lead animator Rick Vicens called the term “perfect” for the art direction.
Most Anticipated Game
While it may be a sci-fi game. The team seems to be aiming for an immersive and believable storey. That isn’t too far removed from current space travel reality. It’s easy to see why it’s one of the most anticipated games of 2022. After decades of the Elder Scrolls series, Bethesda took over Fallout in 2008. Allowing the studio to apply everything it’s learned to something new. It’s hard not to be a little excited.
The company is under a lot of pressure to deliver something huge and potentially groundbreaking. That’s not just from the outside, but from within. The Xbox boss wants Starfield to be the most played Bethesda game. And Skyrim has been the most played for over a decade.
Impatient Waitings For The Game
Also, some are impatiently awaiting Elder Scrolls 6. So there may be immediate backlash from fans who wanted a new instalment in the series and not a new IP. While Bethesda is known for producing visually stunning (if bug-rid) games. There’s no reason to believe Starfield won’t be a hit.