Phil Spencer reveals: “Starfield Surpasses Twelve Million Players”

Phil Spencer, the head of Xbox, recently shared news to the popular space-themed RPG Starfield. Since its release, the game has been enjoyed by over twelve million players—a remarkable achievement. Spencer aims to follow in the footsteps of the enduring success of Skyrim by keeping Starfield captivating for players for more than a decade.

At the CCXP event in Brazil, Spencer emphasized that Bethesda’s newest IPStarfield remains super popular. The game proudly stays in the top ten most-played Xbox studio games, showing it’s not just a quick success. The development team is sure that Starfield will stay a favorite for ‘many years,’ securing its lasting place in gameplay rankings.

Phil Spencer also promised players more exciting content is coming. This dedication isn’t just for current players—it’s an invitation for new adventurers to jump into the immersive world of Starfield. The journey isn’t finished, and the Starfield universe is gearing up to become even more thrilling.

A few weeks ago, Todd Howard revealed that around 250 developers, which is about 55% of Bethesda’s 450-person team, are still working on Starfield updates. The recent version 1.8.86 has a big perk for PC players—it now supports Nvidia DLSS. This includes cool features like DLSS Super Resolution, Deep Learning Anti-aliasing (DLAA), Nvidia Reflex Low Latency, and DLSS Frame generation. These additions are expected to make the game look and run even better.